Ian Snook

Santa Monica resident

Santa Monica resident

Ian Snook on KCRW

KCRW’s new occasional series, “The Helpers,” focuses on Angelenos who are helping those in need during the pandemic. Santa Monica resident Ian Snook is volunteering at a food bank.

‘Look for the helpers’: A spotlight on people doing good during COVID-19

KCRW’s new occasional series, “The Helpers,” focuses on Angelenos who are helping those in need during the pandemic. Santa Monica resident Ian Snook is volunteering at a food bank.

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Like many people, Ian Snook’s workload has slowed while he rides out the coronavirus pandemic at home.

‘We all have an obligation to help those more vulnerable’: Angeleno offers to do chores, errands for neighbors

Like many people, Ian Snook’s workload has slowed while he rides out the coronavirus pandemic at home.

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