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Charity Navigator has given MEND a four-star rating.
Read MEND’s excellent reviews as a “Top-rated Nonprofit” on the Great NonProfits website …
Guidestar has named MEND a Valued Partner for its commitment to transparency.
MEND is certified by CaliforniaVolunteers as a Service Enterprise.
Humbelina Diaz, a MEND Medical Clinic patient was referred to our Weight Management program after being seen by a MEND volunteer physician. Overweight and out of shape, she was determined to become healthier and less reliant on medicine. Since joining the program last year, she has noticed a steady weight...
Given the important role design plays in marketing, MEND is fortunate to count on the talents of graphic designer Clifton Wong, Marketing and Communications Committee volunteer. For the last two years, Wong has overseen the design of MEND marketing materials, including our newsletter that is published three times annually and our...
INSIDE MEND: THE BLOG
A huge part of MEND’s mission is helping those in need – whether they are families down on their luck, or fellow nonprofit organizations. Unfortunately, due to a fire, the San Fernando Valley Mission had to call upon this very assistance. Early in the morning on May 3rd, a fire from...
Video: A Day in the Life of MEND
Watch a full-size version this new video on MEND's YouTube channel.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
MEND’s 2014 Christmas Program has begun. Visit our Christmas page to sign up for volunteer opportunites.
Councilmember Felipe Fuentes speaks about MEND’s Grow Together Program. Watch the video to see how MEND is providing a pathway to self-reliance through gardening, nutrition and cooking classes.
Try this healthy recipe that MEND’s Weight Management Program Patients are cooking up!
MEND considered a “model” for including volunteers in nonprofit work.
Read the MEND CASE STUDY by CaliforniaVolunteers’ Service Enterprise Initiative.
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MEND Center Hours
Tues. – Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sat. Front desk 9 a.m. to 12 noon;
Food and clothing donations accepted
until 4 p.m. in the back of the building