Our vision is one of inclusivity, sustainability, and community-orientation. With a focus on humanitarian work, Live Good strives for progress by building bridges and strong partnerships to unify diverse communities.
Union Station Homeless Services (USHS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is committed to providing permanent solutions to end homelessness and rebuild lives. Headquartered in Pasadena, CA, Union Station has been in existence for almost 50 years. Union Station is the San Gabriel Valley’s largest social service agency assisting homeless and very low-income adults and families. Recently expanding into El Sereno and Eagle Rock, we are the lead county agency for Service Planning Area 3 (SPA 3), coordinating homeless services in 36 communities, with a combined population of over 1.5 million across the San Gabriel Valley.
For the past six years, Live Good team members have volunteered in serving Thanksgiving Dinner to the homeless in LA and Pasadena through USHS. In 2022, Live Good wanted to bring this pressing issue to the attention of the talented Irvine community and build bridges across southern California to find strategic solutions.
The Live Good team has held ongoing charity events in partnership with USHS dedicated to raising funds to serve and empower the homeless population in Los Angeles and Orange County. “A Celebration of Love and Unity” encourages the involvement of political leaders, local businesses, University of California, Irvine students, and Live Good team members for organization and resources. All proceeds go to the nonprofit organization Union Station Homeless Services.
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For the past six years, Live Good team members have been volunteering at Saddleback Church Lake Forest campus distributing food at their drive through food pantry. We stepped it up during the pandemic and started serving the community twice a month. Our volunteers passed out groceries while also offering words of comfort to those in need. Live Good will continue distributing food alongside Saddleback Church members as long as food insecurity is a pressing issue for our community.