July 2017 
 
Thank you for your neighbor to neighbor support of our services to the patients and families at LAC+USC Medical Center.  Below is our monthly newsletter.
  
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Independence Day is July 4th. 
Our independence is very important to us as a nation and as individuals. We also realize that we are very dependent on others. That is particularly true of some of the patients and their families leaving LAC+USC Medical Center.
We are honored at Angel Interfaith Network that we can be their neighbor, lending a helping hand, in their time of special need.

Network Partners:   

San Marino Rotary
presented a check for $3,000 to Angel Interfaith Network. In the photo from left to right are
Gilda Moshir, Aaron Gil, Raquel Salinas and Mary Jarrett from Angel Interfaith Network, Brittni Torres, and Molly Woodford.  A huge
"Thank you"
to the Rotary for the consistent help that they provide.   Credit goes to The San Marino Tribune for the photo. Thank you.
  
 
Louise Inouye and the Presbyterian Women of First Presbyterian Church of Altadena 
invite you and your friends to their Angel Interfaith Network Luncheon and Fundraiser on August 19.
Call or email our office for your invitation.
Reservations are $35 and must be made
before August 10th
323-226-6923
 
 
 Thanks to the wonderful crew of volunteers from San Gabriel Presbytery who came and volunteered on June 17! Together we assembled hygiene kits for patients experiencing homelessness, and sorted and organized piles of clothing and diapers. 

Rev. N'yisrela Watts-Afriyie from South Hills Presbyterian Church
came as a way of honoring her 97-year-old mother, Phyllis Watts, a longtime supporter of Angel Interfaith Network. 
Freya Schmus
from Shepherd of the Valley came because the tasks matched her energy and desire to lend a hand.  Maggie Wu and daughter Rita Chu from San Marino Community Church wanted to share a family experience of service.
Working together we make a difference for our neighbors in need!
  
Who We Serve: 
Isaias not only lost his wife Rosario
  to cancer, but lost his job as he cared for their
14-month-old son and stayed close to his wife's bedside. His social worker requested Pampers, toddler clothing, rental assistance and food coupons. Father Joshua was asked to pray with the family. It is wonderful to have a team of individuals who provide the support a family needs at a time of loss.

Urgent Need:  
 
Our chaplains need 10 wheelchairs that are
new or safe for moving patients to the Sunday Catholic Mass at 9:30 and the Protestant service at 4:30 in the afternoon.
 
  If you have merchandise to donate please coordinate delivery with Office@AngelInterfaith.net  
 or call 323-226-6923 
Thank You!  


 
 
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As always, your support is what makes our work possible. THANK YOU! 
 
      
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