Programs & Services
From safe housing to case management services, career training, mentorship, giving and building strong families through fun family bonding activities and workshops, we can help.
Who We Serve
We serve Families with Children, Children in Young Families, Domestic Violence Victims with Children, Homeless Families, Underserved Families and Transitional Aged Youth.
The House of Do Good is a residential housing facility for displaced women and children that provides a space for healing, restoration, normalcy... a place to call home.
Do Good Bros is a mentorship program for young men, ages 10 to 24 years old. DGDFF provides mentorship, support, encouragement, empowerment, resources, and strategic programming for under-represented young men.
Providing families in underserved communities with nutritious food, household goods, referrals, and bill payments as resources are available that are needed.
We deliver life-changing programing for students and parents of LAUSD that inspires them to Unlock their Power and Unleash their gifts.