10K in May

Today, many of our friends and neighbors are concerned about not having enough food to eat.

Recent research from USC’s Dornsife Public Exchange reveals that up to 1 in 4 individuals in L.A. County faces food insecurity – totaling 2.5 million people. Recent reductions in food stamp benefits are exacerbating this issue rapidly. More and more members of our communities, including working families and college students, are relying on food pantries to avoid hunger each month. This places added strain on food pantries to meet the demand for assistance.

To address this growing need, Big Sunday is proud to host our annual 10K in May food collection, aiming to distribute at least 10,000 cans, boxes, or bags of food. It’s an ambitious target, but the challenge of food insecurity is significant. We believe our Big Sunday community can make a difference!

How Can You Help?


  1. Shop our Registry! If you don’t want to shop in person or host a collection, you can use our easy online registry by clicking below and we’ll do the shopping for you!
  2. Host a Collection! Host a collection at your school, office, or place of worship, with your club, team, fraternity, sorority, or neighbors; any group you belong to with friendly, helpful people is a great place to start! If you’re interested in hosting a collection, click below!
  3. Sort Food! Help Sort, Pack and Distribute all the food we will have collected by the end of the month! A special 2-hour TM@10, Thursday, May 30, 10-12. Sign-up below!

[Thanksgiving Stuffing Event] “Our Thanksgiving wouldn’t be the same without you guys. It warms my heart and replenishes my faith to witness such kindness in action.”

- -A.Z., Los Angeles