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Pasadena resident Tony Collier is the founder of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank and started the food banking concept in 1973 at the Grandview Foundation. Collier, a cook, received more food donations from local businesses than he anticipated, and shared them with other organizations helping the hungry. Four members of the community impressed with Collier’s work formed a voluntary Board of Directors and incorporated the Foodbank as an independent nonprofit organization.
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In Los Angeles and communities throughout the United States, the holiday season is a popular time to volunteer. Several local programs and organizations provide volunteer opportunities during the holidays and beyond.