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Mercy HouseMercy House is a non-profit organization founded in 1988 by Father Jerome T. Karcher. In the last 12 months, Mercy House has helped nearly 600 individuals remain in their homes, served nearly 2,000 people at access centers, aided more than 3,600 in emergency shelter programs, transitioned more than 190 people out of temporary shelters, and facilitated permanent housing for over 400. Donate directly!

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No More Poverty Leads Blanket Drive to Help People Experiencing Homelessness in Los Angeles

PRweb News May 5, 2013

The Omidi brothers, through their charity No More Poverty, are donating 1000 pounds of linens and organizing a multi-charity effort to distribute warm blankets to help people experiencing homelessness.

Mobilizing Millions of People with Disabilities No More Poverty Supports UCP Wheels for Humanity

PRweb News May 3, 2013

No More Poverty and its co-founders, the Omidi brothers are pleased to support UCP Wheels for Humanity in its goal to increase the mobility of the more than 59 million people with disabilities worldwide who need a wheelchair but cannot afford one.

Extreme Poverty Worldwide Can Be Eliminated by 2030

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 15, 2013

No More Poverty and its co-founders, the Omidi brothers, are thrilled by new statistics pointing to recent accomplishments around the world in reducing extreme poverty. They are optimistic that an end to the suffering and eradication of the problem is within sight.

Charity Partnership Blesses 50+ Homeless Kids at Children Today with New “Kicks”
Yahoo News March 29, 2013

A new partnership with charities No More Poverty, Love in the Mirror and the Smart & Final Charitable Foundation was recently formed to benefit homeless children associated with the Children Today organization in Long Beach.

ABC Learn is Thankful for the Generous Support of No More Poverty and Co-Founders Julian Omidi & Michael Omidi

Yahoo News March 29, 2013

Non-profit organization, ABC Learn is grateful to Michael Omidi and Julian Omidi and their organization No More Poverty for support of their educational and life skills programs.