Burbank Temporary Aid Center

Burbank Temporary Aid Center Mission Statement BTAC is dedicated to providing the poor, working poor, and homeless of the local community with basic services they need to live with dignity, and to serve citizens of the city in times of emergency and disaster. As a conduit between the generous donors of the community, foundations and government resources, BTAC works to provide clients with help such as food, utility assistance, transportation assistance, emergency shelter (off-site and short-term), medical assistance, referrals to other community resources, and holiday outreach. Vision Statement BTAC strives to help create a community where the poor and working poor are able to access t...
Food for Homeless Lunches
 
$2,028
$9,972
Raised
Remaining
Homeless individuals and families in the Burbank area can receive a sack lunch, M-F of most weeks at Burbank Temporary Aid Center (BTAC). Due to high demand, BTAC (18,000+ per year) often must purchase items to go into the lunches. Otherwise, some homeless would be turned away. Funds will be used to purchase healthful foods for the lunches. project reportread updates from the field
Food for Low-income Families and Individuals
 
$1,010
$13,990
Raised
Remaining
Burbank Temporary Aid Center provides over $500,000 worth of food to Burbank's poor and those who have fallen on hard times. Most donated items are canned and packaged goods. In order to provide more balanced and healthful options for our clients, we request funds to help purchase dairy, meats and fresh produce. project reportread updates from the field
Brighten the holidays for children and teens!
 
$75
$2,425
Raised
Remaining
BTAC provides holiday gifts for children and teens whose families cannot afford them. Teens are often overlooked during the holidays. While BTAC receives an abundance of gifts for younger children, gifts for teens are very rare, indeed. Donations can help BTAC provide age-appropriate gifts (skateboards, cosmetics, gift cards for shoe stores, electronics, etc.) for teens. project reportread updates from the field
Emergency Shelter Program
 
$450
$7,050
Raised
Remaining
There are no homeless shelters in Burbank. On occasion, Burbank Temporary Aid Center provides emergency shelter at a local hotel for a family or individuals who have need of short term emergency shelter. Priority is given to families with children or those with health issues. project reportread updates from the field

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