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Annie Potts  &  Jim Hayman

Annie – Actress 

Young Sheldon, Designing Women, Toy Story, Ghostbusters

Jim – Director/Producer

NCIS: New Orleans, Ugly Betty, The Sopranos, Northern Exposure

Andrew Schneider  &  Diane Frolov

Writers/Producers Chicago Med, Bosch, The Sopranos, 
Northern Exposure

Alleviate the suffering —

So many are in dire need.

Serve the country —

Keep the economy flowing.

Be the stimulus —

If you don't need your stimulus check, pass the funds along or give from your own surplus. 

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Send what you can as a gift (not tax deductible).

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We will forward your gift anonymously to trusted friends who will turn it into cash and gift-wrap it with a card that says: 

"All of us taking care of all of us"

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Our friends will personally deliver these gifts to individuals and families most in need, as identified by schools, churches, homeless shelters, and social service agencies. 

Who receives our gifts? 

 

When funds are ready to be distributed, we contact our network of partners and friends in Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, Washington, D.C., or Myrtle Beach, S.C., who in turn contact teachers, school principals, and social service organizations to identify the families who will receive a gift box of $1,400 cash.

These photos are from a recent distribution in Los Angeles. After selecting one among the many homeless families at their schools to receive a gift box, the school counselors provided us with the stories that prompted their selection.

"This family consists of a 1st grade boy, a 1 year old boy, and two parents in their early 40s. The 1 year old was born with a heart condition, which is when the homelessness began. He was in the hospital and the parents had to be with him most of the time. The father lost his job. Father now works picking fruit or doing side jobs by standing at Home Depot or Lowes, but since Covid, work has become slow. The mom now has COVID. They were able to move off the street to a trailer out of good will from a stranger, but the landlord of the trailer park is charging them late fees each day. When I speak to the student, I hear him helping his mom. I can hear the resilience in mom’s voice, despite their struggles.”

 

“Mother is a resilient single dedicated mother of two LAUSD students who became homeless about 5 months ago. The family's housing stability changed after mother's loss of income forcing her and her children to move out of their apartment, to a pop up rented trailer, and ultimately they became homeless. After connecting with me as the school counselor, mother followed up with the resources I suggested and connected to the short term emergency housing agency. She continues supporting her student's engagement in remote learning during these hard times and continues striving to obtain permanent housing for her and her children.”

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“On January 8, 2021 the father of this family passed away from Covid. He was the main provider for the family, which consists of the mother and 4 children.  (2 High School, 1 Middle School, 1 Elementary School). At this time the family is still living in their apartment and mother has been looking for employment, but has not been able to find work. The father’s body is currently at the County Morgue awaiting for the mortuary to schedule the cremation service. Mom was asking if there is any financial assistance for cremation/funeral services.” 

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“This family is living in their car. The mother lost her job due to Covid, and has not been able to get a new job. Although family is receiving support from the Department of Public Social Services, the mother reports it is still not enough and struggles every day.”

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“This single mother of one special education student has been homeless for over two years and is currently residing in a motel. For medical reasons, the mother had to stop working,  which has hindered her ability to find permanent housing. Despite health and financial issues, she has made sure that her son is engaged in school daily. Mother maintains good communication with his teacher and with me as the school counselor in order to support her son academically.”

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“This single mother of one special education student has been homeless for over two years and is currently residing in a motel. For medical reasons, the mother had to stop working,  which has hindered her ability to find permanent housing. Despite health and financial issues, she has made sure that her son is engaged in school daily. Mother maintains good communication with his teacher and with me as the school counselor in order to support her son academically.”

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“I am referring this family because this student's mother was diagnosed with Covid and has spent the last five weeks in the ICU. Sadly, she passed away earlier today, 2/2/21. This student is in the 7th grade. Mother was a single parent. Student is being cared for by a neighbor and friend of the family.”

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“This family in desperate need lost their jobs and are not able to pay rent or utilities. They have been informed that as soon as the eviction protection is over, they will get evicted if they do not pay the backrent. They are surviving off school meals and food given by agencies. The family is very humble and is willing to work. However, no one is willing to hire them at this time.”

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“Despite their unfortunate experiences with financial hardship, health issues, language barriers and family separation, this family continues to thrive and move forward. My student is committed to placing his school attendance and academics first and plans to attend college and study Arts Design and Animation. This family is a remarkable example of resiliency.”

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“These parents are undocumented. The father has a job at a restaurant washing dishes but has lost work hours due to the pandemic and restaurant closures. Recently he was infected with Covid at work and was off for 2 weeks without pay. Although he is back at work, making ends meet is hard for them. They have 3 kids, one in middle school and two in elementary. The mother has done a great job keeping all 3 kids connected to school during distance learning and is supporting them as much as possible at home.”

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“These parents are undocumented. The father has a job at a restaurant washing dishes but has lost work hours due to the pandemic and restaurant closures. Recently he was infected with Covid at work and was off for 2 weeks without pay. Although he is back at work, making ends meet is hard for them. They have 3 kids, one in middle school and two in elementary. The mother has done a great job keeping all 3 kids connected to school during distance learning and is supporting them as much as possible at home.”

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“This homeless 19 year old student is attending Continuation High School. He has experienced homelessness throughout much of his childhood and has been doubled-up with other families, living in-and-out of motels, and is currently living in a trailer with his mother and adult brother. He recently reached out to the Homeless Education Office, indicating he and his family need support, specifically with getting food. He is working very hard to finish high school, but the barriers placed before him are making this milestone of graduation, harder and harder to achieve. This family would benefit greatly from the support offered by the All Are One anonymous donors.”

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“This homeless 19 year old student is attending Continuation High School. He has experienced homelessness throughout much of his childhood and has been doubled-up with other families, living in-and-out of motels, and is currently living in a trailer with his mother and adult brother. He recently reached out to the Homeless Education Office, indicating he and his family need support, specifically with getting food. He is working very hard to finish high school, but the barriers placed before him are making this milestone of graduation, harder and harder to achieve. This family would benefit greatly from the support offered by the All Are One anonymous donors.”

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“This homeless 19 year old student is attending Continuation High School. He has experienced homelessness throughout much of his childhood and has been doubled-up with other families, living in-and-out of motels, and is currently living in a trailer with his mother and adult brother. He recently reached out to the Homeless Education Office, indicating he and his family need support, specifically with getting food. He is working very hard to finish high school, but the barriers placed before him are making this milestone of graduation, harder and harder to achieve. This family would benefit greatly from the support offered by the All Are One anonymous donors.”

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 “This student came to the US 3 years ago from Mexico to escape the violence and seek a better life. He is undocumented and the only family he has is an aunt who has provided limited support. This student works on a food truck 7 days a week (7 hours each day M-F & 15 hours each day Saturday and Sunday), earning an extremely low hourly wage. He struggles to pay his bills and food. Nonetheless, he he maintains a 2.5 GPA and is on track to graduate in June 2021. He is hoping to qualify for the Dream Act so he can attend college. Although, the student has a traumatic past he has manage to remain positive, has a good attitude and is very respectful.”

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 “This family came to this country a couple years ago, and although I do not know the story, they are receiving legal services through the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST). The mother has been unable to clean houses and make money due to the pandemic. She is diabetic and has other health issues. Mother got COVID a couple months ago, so her daughter went to stay with a family friend. That friend then got COVID and passed away on Friday. The mother has to have surgery later this month. When I asked this student what she wanted for Christmas, she only requested toiletries and food.”

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Our Partners

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White Pony Express

a 501(c)3 organization

Our mission is to help eliminate hunger and poverty by redistributing the abundance around us – with love. 

We honor the essential unity of all by making sure that no one suffers from want when there is a means of aiding them, embracing and serving all those in need. There is never a charge or fee to anyone receiving the food, clothing, and supplies we deliver. 

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Following Francis

 a 501(c)3 organization

Following Francis has hosted educational field trips for thousands of school children living in San Francisco Bay Area cities, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and New York City.

 

We also provide families living at or below poverty levels with fresh groceries, household supplies, beds, bikes, and other services.

What is special about

All Are One? 

 

We giftwrap our cash gifts so they are distributed in person with a special greeting. Though we know that $1400 provides only a small amount of relief to families in desperate need, our gifts are more than just the cash. They are an affirmation to the recipients that there are others in our society who care about them because all are members of the one human family.

 

Why did we not setup a

501(c)3 organization?

We want every available penny to go quickly to families in desperate need. We can distribute funds faster without the red-tape required of non-profits and we have no administrative or overhead expenses.