Direct cash assistance to Angelenos most in need and suffering from the impacts of COVID-19
The MFLA & First Lady Amy Elaine Wakeland led an effort to replace care packages for homebound senior citizens.
The Mayor’s Disaster Advisory Council (MDAC) aims to advance the City’s effort in becoming the most prepared and resilient city in America.
The City of Los Angeles now has the nation’s first publicly available earthquake early warning mobile application: ShakeAlertLA.
Immediate child care support for essential healthcare workers at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Helping small business pivot to an online environment.
Working in collaboration with city, county and community-based organizations to provide crisis care and support.
Responding in real-time to the immediate needs of Angelenos.
An effort to scale up mobile vaccinations in some of the most vulnerable parts of Los Angeles by administering vaccine doses through mobile units in some of the hardest hit communities.
Project Safe Haven secured safe housing for 1,500 survivors of domestic abuse during the pandemic along with meals, counseling and legal support for individuals and their children.
Masks and health supplies for vulnerable communities.
Immediately doubling the City’s meal delivery program to serve 12,000 home-bound seniors following the COVID-19 Safer-At-Home order in Spring 2020.
MFLA partnered with the City to provide $800 virtual cash assistance cards to more than 9,000 eligible food service workers who experienced a decline in income in the early days of the pandemic.
Helping small local businesses survive the pandemic.
Supporting small Chambers of Commerce serving local businesses.
Helping street vendors navigate permitting processes and ensure public health compliance.
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