Meet SFC’s Newest Staff Member-Danielle Rayner!



Please welcome our new Volunteer Coordinator, Danielle Rayner!

Danielle comes from a small town in the Central Valley, and moved to Los Angeles when she started college. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Classical Civilizations from UCLA, and studied Anthropology as well.

After graduating, she first worked for a startup publishing company. Prior to SFC, Danielle had been working at the Natural History Museum, and was interning at the Museum of Tolerance.

Danielle decided to work at St. Francis Center, because she wanted to work somewhere where she was giving back to the community, and felt good about what she was doing at the end of the day. She is excited to bring her passion for helping others to the role, and to meet all of our wonderful volunteers.

“What I love about SFC’s mission is that it is about connecting, sitting down, communicating, and letting people know that we are here for them. It is about forming a strong community together and being an ally.”

In her free time, Danielle enjoys hiking, listening to music, hanging out with her friends, and traveling.

Help us welcome Danielle!


We are in need of volunteers this week!

Available shifts:

– Wednesday, July 18:  Pantry (9:30am-12:30pm, 9 volunteers)

– Thursday, July 19:  Breakfast (7:00am-9:30am, 7 volunteers)

– Thursday, July 19:  Pantry (9:30am-12:30pm, 10 volunteers)

If you are interested in Serving Hope, contact or 213.747.5347 x 111.

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