Giving Back To Our Community

At MADHOUSE, we strongly believe in giving back to our community, especially those who are in need, and that's why we have taken the pledge to help the homeless of Los Angeles. This pledge means that we will continuously work towards making a positive impact in our area and supporting those who need it the most.

Los Angeles is a beautiful and diverse city. It is the source of inspirations for countless works of art, home to almost 4 million people and a beacon of innovation for the entire world. But as a testament to the madhouse that we all live in, it is also home to 70,000 homeless people, many with them at the very brink of existence, many of them unable to help themselves due to social injustice or health issues. Mental health is often overlooked and it is key in helping them recover.

Did you know that the least donated items at most homeless shelters are new socks? It is wonderful when people donate their gently used clothing to a shelter, but the power of receiving a brand new package of socks or underwear is immeasurable.

Our first initiative is to donate brand new socks and underwear to the homeless population. This is our way of providing them with some relief and basic necessities that they may not have access to otherwise.

Additionally, we are committed to supporting the mental health of the homeless population. This vulnerable population often suffers from mental health issues, and it is crucial to ensure that they receive the care and support they need. That's why a part of our profits will be donated to organizations that offer mental health support services to the homeless community. This donation will help individuals with access to counseling, medication, and other necessary mental health resources.

We take our pledge to help the homeless community in Los Angeles seriously, and we invite all those who believe in making a positive impact to join us. Together we can create a brighter future for those who need it the most.

If you are organization that is dedicated to helping the homeless living on the streets of LA please contact us at