Bail Hotline Bail Bonds Provides Christmas Day Feast and Brand new Library for the Los Angeles Youth Network

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The LAYN will welcome the Bail Hotline volunteers bringing and serving an early Christmas dinner and contributing over 100 brand new books for the center’s recently remodeled library

California’s leader in Bail Bond services will be bringing holiday cheer to Los Angeles’ largest full-service youth shelter this Christmas: Bail Hotline Bail Bonds, servicing all of California with comprehensive bail bonds services and assistance, will bring and serve a three-course meal to over 30 homeless and at-risk youth at the L.A. Youth Network, in addition to donating a large selection of books to complete the shelter’s brand new library.

Ten Bail Hotline volunteers, from the company’s Southern California locations, will arrive at one of the LAYN’s three shelters (1550 N. Gower St.) at 2 p.m. on Christmas Day with a complete Christmas meal for more than 30 of the teens that are currently living at all three shelters.

The Los Angeles Youth Network is the largest non-lockdown, full-service homeless youth shelter in L.A. County, with three shelters throughout Hollywood, and provides young men and women, ages 12 to 17, with shelter, food, counseling and more.

“We know that the issue of homeless and at-risk youth is one that often goes unnoticed due to the heart-wrenching truth associated with it; which is why this project with the LAYN is especially important to us,” said Pablo Fonseca, Director of Marketing for Bail Hotline Bail Bonds. “We really wanted to take these teens under our wing this holiday season by providing them not only with a wonderful Christmas Day dinner, but also with a generous contribution to the libraries; a gift that will keep on giving year after year.”

In addition to serving up a three-course dinner, Bail Hotline Bail Bonds is also donating over $100 worth of books to complete the brand new libraries at all three shelters.

The books range in category but are all particular for the 12 to 17-year-old age groups.

LAYN services houses over 270 new youth every year; serving over 40,000 meals and providing more than 6,000 hours of counseling, among other things.

To find a Bail Hotline Bail Bonds location nearest you, visit http://www.myBailHotline.com or call 866-974-7360 for immediate assistance.

About Bail Hotline Bail Bonds
With over 20 offices throughout all of California, Bail Hotline Bail Bonds offers thorough and quality assistance to individuals and families 24 hours a day, seven days a week. A family-owned and operated business, Bail Hotline strives to provide the best bail services in both minor and severe situations. If you cannot make it to one the bail bond offices, Bail Hotline’s mobile service can assist you. Call 1-888-GET-BAIL or fill out our form for more information.
To find a Bail Hotline Bail Bonds location nearest you, visit http://www.myBailHotline.com.

About the L.A. Youth Network
Founded in 1984, the Los Angeles Youth Network is the largest non-lockdown, full-service homeless youth shelter in Los Angeles County. There are three shelters, all in Hollywood, with a population coming from all over The Country. LAYN provides shelter, food, clothing and counseling to every individual that comes through its doors With a mission to empower homeless adolescents to become self-sufficient, residents are expected to go to school and obtain a high school diploma.

The majority of LAYN’s budget is acquired through fund raising activities in addition to private grants and public donations.

For more information on the LAYN and its programs, visit http://www.LAYN.org.

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