Last month, a group of approximately 45 members of the Indonesian Catholic Fellowship community volunteered at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank in Downtown.

They prepared and assembled food packages for over 23,000 low-income seniors, women with infants and children in the Los Angeles County.

The food packages consisted of food items like canned fruit and vegetables, rice, cereal and other non-perishables. The L.A. Regional Food Bank relies heavily on volunteers who come every week to assist with their mission to fight hunger in the county.

ICF is an Indonesian Catholic Fellowship community based in Los Angeles, a group of youth and adults coming together to share their gifts and love of God and to give back to the community as one of their missions: to know, to love and to serve God as one family of Christ.