Wealth derived from the community should be reinvested locally. Investments should be made in both the present and the future. All people have potential, and every person has a role in strengthening the community. You are a vital member of the L.A. Kitchen community and your support will change lives today and into the future!



Year 2 – Annual Report: Disappointments & New Directions

“It isn’t often a CEO begins an annual report with the word “disappointment”, but that’s what we faced last December, when we recused ourselves from the senior meal contract process with the L.A. Department of Aging. So, as we enter our third year, we wanted to acknowledge that the impact we sought to make has been limited…temporarily.  But we will not submit. That’s why we’re creating our own senior meal system.


Take a look at our 2017 Annual Report, which marks two years in our kitchen. This report will outline some of the bold steps we’ve taken to provide great, healthy meals to Angelenos young and old, as well as the new direction we will be taking Strong Food, our social enterprise business. Learn more about our awards, new partnerships, Super Senior Sites, community events, and how to get involved in our programs!”
– Robert Egger, CEO/Founder


2017 Annual Report

2016 Annual Report

2016 Financial Statements

2016 L.A. Kitchen 990

2015 Financial Statements


2015 L.A. Kitchen 990


2014 Financial Statements


2014 L.A. Kitchen 990


L.A. Kitchen Bylaws


IRS 501c3 Letter


L.A. Kitchen is committed to transparency in every aspect of its operations. As we continue to build our programs and add policies that will govern our organization, we will provide clear, concise information to you on-line, in person or upon request.