Working Wardrobes works to provide individuals with business attire to prepare for job interviews and become successfully employed. During 2019 and 2020, North State Relief worked with them to identify areas that could use this support and hosted events to the public.
North State Relief partnered with Senator Bradford and the USDA to provide produce boxes to constituents in his district.
Partnering with Rotary in Los Angeles, we delivered USDA food boxes to individuals in need of support during COVID-19.
In coordination with Senator Brian Dahle’s office and other community partners, the event utilized food boxes from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farmers to Families Food Box program to distribute over 2,000 boxes of food. Each box weighed approximately 35 pounds and was filled with fruit, vegetables, dairy, and a protein. Badfish Coffee & Tea owners Mark Eister and Pearl Spencer, alongside property owner Cliff Wylie, opened up their parking lot for use by big rigs, forklifts, pallet jacks, and volunteers to pass out over 75,000 pounds of food. All of the equipment used was provided by Cliff Wylie, CEO of Ware House Interiors.