Project Ropa

is creating videos to end homelessness
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$5
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As a Friend of Project Ropa, you will receive access to monthly updates and information exclusive to our Patreon community.


Project Ropa is a 501(c)(3) organization, your donation is tax deductible.   


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As a Backer of Project Ropa, you will receive access to weekly updates and information exclusive to our Patreon community. You will also gain exclusive access to a monthly Q&A where you will learn more on homelessness, advocacy and sustainable fashion. 


Project Ropa is a 501(c)(3) organization, your donation is tax deductible.   


Includes:

  • Patron-only content feed
  • Monthly Q&A
Champion
$25
per month

As a Champion of Project Ropa, you will receive exclusive access to private content feed and connect with other Patrons. You will gain exclusive access to a monthly Q&A where you can learn more on homelessness, advocacy and sustainable fashion. 


Project Ropa is a 501(c)(3) organization, your donation is tax deductible.   


Includes:

  • Patron-only content feed
  • Monthly Q&A
  • Live streaming content


About Project Ropa



Our mission
Restore dignity to our homeless neighbors by providing clothing and access to other hygiene services through impactful local partnerships.

About us
Clean clothes and hygiene products significantly impact a person’s economic well-being, physical health and emotional resilience. Founded in 2016 by Caitlin Adler, Project Ropa began by taking to the streets of Los Angeles each week in tandem with Lava Mae, a mobile shower organization, to deliver clothing and showers to people experiencing homelessness.
Since then, we have expanded our programs to include a social enterprise that provides employment opportunities for previously incarcerated individuals and people transitioning out of homelessness.

We also now have a recycling program where we sort and distribute surplus donations of new and gently used men's and women's clothing, shoes and accessories free of charge to our network of local nonprofit partners who work directly with low-income and homeless individuals in Los Angeles County.

Goals
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Once we've reached $5,000 a month our founder will be able to quit her day job and work on Project Ropa full-time. We will be able to increase our mobile street service operations, hire a photographer to capture daily content for us and employ an individual transitioning out of homelessness to work for us as a mobile service coordinator.
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