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Strategy to Help

We distribute nutritious food in a cost effective innovative way to hot spots with food insecure people. Our team is a volunteer only group and we have no payroll expense. We solicit and coordinate donations and purchased food in our warehouse in Paramount, which is conveniently located between Los Angeles and Orange County and close to major freeways. The sorted food is delivered daily to hungry citizens by our volunteers who are using their own vehicles. Food insecure families are often not mobile and able to pick up food from our warehouse. We constantly seek to improve our logistics to reach the needy in a cost effective way. Our volunteer team makes it possible for us to feed more and more families who can receive food on a regular schedule.



Jonathan Joss is the
Voice for California Outreach Organization

The renowned Native American Actor Jonathan Joss, known as the voice of “John Redcorn” in the animated Show “King of the Hill” and his current role as Ken Hotate on "Parks and Recreation" is the voice for California Outreach Organization in Paramount.  The Non-profit Organization feeds the needy in Orange County and Greater Los Angeles.  Jonathan Joss, who has his own product line of Spices - “King of the Grill”, will work with California Outreach on different Projects and he will donate parts of proceeds from product sales to the Organization.

California Outreach Organization helps with food:
Soaring Poverty causes malnutrition and hunger
Almost 50 Million Americans are officially in poverty – Real numbers are estimated to be much higher

(OC, Feb. 2012) As California Outreach Organization, a non-profit Organization with the mission to feed the needy reports, the numbers of Americans in need are soaring.  Another 2.6 Million Americans slipped below the poverty line last year, according to the US census bureau.  This brings the official number of Americans who live below poverty level up to 46.2 million. This is the highest number in the 52 years the bureau has published figures.

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