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Richard Maize Inspires Wealthy to Aid Homeless During Hanukkah, Christmas
Date:12/25/2009

aize and Richard Maize ventured out on a cool evening in honor of the spirit of Hanukkah and Christmas to downtown Los Angeles where food is provided to the homeless and the hungry.

The food is donated by a wide variety of companies and organizations and is given to those less fortunate every evening.

" I was very surprised and shocked by what I saw," said Richard Maize. "I never knew that there were so many homeless and hungry people living just a few miles from my home. That they were being fed every night through the generous efforts of some very good people. I learned quite a bit from the experience."

Richard Maize, who operated the largest the mortgage banking company in the US, continues: "Rochelle and I arranged for a donation of approximately 300 individual polyester blankets. Before I left home, I quickly went through my closet and drawers and found many shirts, sweaters, shoes, a jacket, tee-shirts and socks to fill up a large trash bag in hopes these pieces of clothing would find a good home. There were various other donations we brought from other families that filled another trash bag mostly of woman's clothing."

Richard Maize continues: "When we arrived, about 6 pm, there was a very orderly and long line of the underprivileged people waiting to be served their daily dinner. It was great to see the how nice these people were to each other and the how great the volunteers were to the homeless. I have never interacted with the underprivileged before this evening. Other than giving handouts in way of cash when asked, is about all I have done. Perhaps I was a bit frightened by them or concerned of their sometime uncleanliness."

As a young and ambitious graduate from California State University, Northridge, Richard Maize began his business career investing in Southern California real estate. In 1988, he co-founded a mortgage banking company that has grown
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