Laundry Love

Stop by the Laundry Love table on the Pacific Unitarian patio on Sunday mornings with your donation of quarters & cash or to sign up to volunteer

Laundry Love is a National Movement

Laundry Love is a national movement that started in Ventura, California. In a Laundry Love ministry, a church partners with a laundromat and comes together regularly to clean clothes and linens for low-income and no-income families and individuals.

As the gentleman who inspired the Ventura Laundry Love ministry said, “If I had clean clothes, people would treat me like a human being.”

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All Are Welcome

All are welcome to participate by ~

• Donating quarters & cash to pay for all those loads
• Volunteering for one of the two shifts: 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm or 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
• Share this information with both with people who need this service and people would like to participate
• Reach out to LaundryLove@pacificunitarian.org for more information

 

Join Us In Helping our Community

On the second Saturday of each month, Pacific Unitarian assists people with their laundry at Vivi's Laundry at 22839 S. Figueroa St, Carson, 90745, between Carson and Sepulveda Boulevards – from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Pacific Unitarian will cover two loads and soap pods and dryer sheets are provided.

How to Volunteer

Volunteering consists of signing people in, assisting with the washers and dryers, and visiting with people. Volunteers don’t handle the clothing, rather they help people get machines started, add the soap, and keep track of when machines are available. There is plenty of down time to get to chat with our guests.

Stop by the Laundry Love table on the Pacific Unitarian patio on Sunday mornings with your donation of quarters & cash or to sign up to volunteer. To learn more, please contact Laundry Love Team Leaders at LaundryLove@pacificunitarian.org.