Nahtahna Cabanes

Vice President of Strategic Partnerships, LA Works

Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at LA Works

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During this pandemic, many Angelenos are facing unemployment and food insecurity, and dealing with mental health issues. All of this might be more acute during the holidays.

How to volunteer, in person or virtually, this holiday season in LA

During this pandemic, many Angelenos are facing unemployment and food insecurity, and dealing with mental health issues. All of this might be more acute during the holidays.

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