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MEET SOME OF OUR PAST & PRESENT SPONSORS

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New Image would like to recognize our generous donors for their contributions, and for being a big part of our efforts, bringing numerous resources for the purchases of needed survival tools.

Our mission, and delivery of our services, would not be possible without your support!

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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INC./ THETA ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER

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CALIFORNIA SULPHUR COMPANY

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California Statewide Development Co.

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MERCEDES BENZ OF Long Beach

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BLACK RESTAURANT LBC

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VELVET VICTORIA (THE VELVETEEN RABBIT PROJECT)

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The  Perry(Tyler) Foundation

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Q-DOXS COMPANY

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KROGER COMPANY/FOOD 4 LESS

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PAUL KNERR

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SOLANGE RUTLEDGE

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Port of Long Beach

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THE HALE FOUNDATION

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JUAN DUARTE, JR.

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JERRY & JEAN GREEN

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TROPICANA BAKERY AND CUBAN CAFE

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BWA LAW GROUP LLP

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DON TEMPLE/ U STORE & LOCK

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MAHONEY LAW GROUP

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BANK OF AMERICA

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MARTI TREESE

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INTERNATIONAL CITY BANK

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HILL, MORGAN AND ASSOCIATES

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OPEN ARMS TEMPORARY LIVING, INC.

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WALMART - GARDEN GROVE

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VALERO WILMINGTON

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THE HOMELESS CRISIS IS GROWING IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY

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For the third consecutive year homelessness is on the rise in the city and county of Los Angeles. On May 2016 the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority reported a total of 46,874 people experiencing homelessness, nightly; 34,527 were unsheltered and forced to live on the streets. This represents an increase of 5.7% from the previous year. The 2017 Annual Homeless Count was recently conducted, and is expected to have increased, based on the lack of affordable housing inventory, the city’s low employment rate, and the depressed economy.

The last citywide homeless count in Long Beach, which was performed in January 2015, found 2,345 homeless individuals, including 255 children. Although Long Beach has seen a small decrease in the number of homeless individuals in recent years, the county has reported an increase in its homeless population, including those living in tents, encampments, under bypasses, and in vehicles.

Meet Our Supporters

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Eric Garcetti

Mayor of Los Angeles

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Robert Garcia

Mayor of Long Beach