Good Shepherd Center’s volunteer Advisory Board is comprised of business leaders and community volunteers, each of whom is committed to helping to rebuild the lives of Los Angeles’ most vulnerable residents. The Advisory Board is responsible for raising funds to ensure the growth and stability of Good Shepherd Center, and working with the Center Director, reviews and makes recommendations regarding the organization's programming, operations, and development. Board members also serve as ambassadors in the community to raise awareness of Good Shepherd Center, its work and its needs.
For a complete list of Advisory Board members, click here
Founded in 1985, the Good Shepherd Center Auxiliary provides a rewarding opportunity for members to touch the lives of homeless women and children. The Auxiliary is a volunteer support group of women and men who give time, talent and resources to support the mission of Good Shepherd Center.
In addition to the many hands-on activities designed to enhance the quality of life for Good Shepherd Center's residents, the Auxiliary dedicates its efforts to providing financial support through its annual Forget Me Not Luncheon.