With the help of countless volunteers and the spirit of giving from partners of the Food Waste Management Program in our community.
Mai Truong, CEO of Brand Building Consulting philosophy is engaging with others to make the communities where our children and people live and work a better place. Mai has been raised in this thinking, she had helped her parents to provide provide resources (food, clothes, ID obtainment and more) to the less fortunate people at her young age, she is very passionate in Humanity Aids in many way. Mai T. makes significant investments of time in Pro Bono services for the last 5 years, providing her expertises and knowledges to the non profit organization lead by Taproot Foundation, feeding the hungry, women’s health initiatives, supporting Teen and women and less fortunate people, local small charities, and disaster relief efforts.
Mai Truong and her 4 children help Charities serve meals, walk to collect foods for local programs, bring to many causes and programs our time, talent and caring. We try to make a difference when and where we can to support Charities.
Making difference together with Business Owners in our Community:
The last 5 years Mai Truong, CEO/Founder of the Brand Building Consulting, LLC PROVIDED pro-bono services to the community with her expertise’s and knowledge’s to help make a difference in the local communities where she lives.
Sustainable Food Waste Management:
Food waste diversion program has two forms: Donation and Composting.
Mai Truong and Sustainable Brands – Brand Building Consulting involved in Pro-Bono Food Donation services with Bakery – Fast Foods – Groceries Retailers in the Community to process Sustainable Food Waste Management with Food that is still in usable condition is donated to local food banks and Charities.
We coordinating the pick up and dispatch foods to all small local Charities or Homeless feeding in LA County who are in need such as PATH – Be The Cause – The Teen Project – U.C.O and more, Local Homeless Feeding by Churches in our city. Our management system bringing the diversion to a new level of efficiency and operations to help the Less Fortunate People in the County.
The generous support of Business Owners in our Community of Beverly Hills 90210 helped tremendously for local hunger relief programs during the holidays and all year round.
Projects that would not have happened at this time without Business Owners ’s influence and believe. In addition projects must be beyond business as usual or normal trends in the market.
Thanks to consistent execution by our partners Sprinkle Cupcakes Beverly Hills – Brooklyn Bagels – Pain au Quotidien – Pavilion store – Ralphs in the community to donates safe, nutritious, with the capacity to safely handle and distribute fresh food.
U.C.O Drop Center Drop-in-Center is a community center for homeless people and the working poor in downtown Long Beach. We strive to provide a haven from the weather and the harsh conditions of the streets on Sunday afternoons.
BeTheCause.Org Be the Cause is a network of individuals who not only wish to make a difference in the world, but who also wish to change their own lives in the process.
The Teen Project. Org provide teens aging out of the foster care system with all of the resources and support of an intact family. To allow the greatest opportunity for a successful transition to adulthood.
PATH Beyond Shelter is a non-profit organization founded in 1988 in response to increasing numbers of homeless families in Los Angeles and the need for a more comprehensive approach to serving them. Today, the mission of the agency is to develop systemic approaches to combat poverty and homelessness among families with children, and to enhance family economic security and well-being.
Local Churches and Hospital:
Each Monday volunteers welcome upwards of 150 guests to our Monday Meal, a hot meal program for homeless and low-income individuals. They receive a cooked lunch, hygiene products, clothing and friendship. Outreach workers from local social service agencies are on-site to provide access to services, and clergy is on hand to provide pastoral care. A lay-led group shares music and bible study with interested guests.
The Monday Meal takes place most Mondays from 2:00 – 3:00 PM. You can help by coming to Lower Sweetland Hall at 1:30, where you will receive an assignment for the day.
Every Friday morning from 7:30 to 9 a.m. our ministry members prepare and serve a fresh, nutritious breakfast to anyone in need. All our guests are welcomed and greeted with courtesy and their special needs are accommodated. They may take as much as they need and stay as long as they like, enjoying a second cup of coffee while reading the day’s newspaper.