In January 2020 Dragon Fashion held court at Swim Collective Anaheim Convention Center, a major show. Little did we know a few months later we'd all be stuck inside. Seeing the overwhelming need of food banks, we started donating Dragon's hot sauces to food banks around the US. We've sent wine to nurses and doctors at hospitals around the country. Also, hot sauce to fire fighters and first responders. We'll be back in the pool soon At the bottom of the page are some of Dailey's designs.
To offer support, provide safety and prevent domestic and sexual violence.
We believe everyone has a right to live a life without violence and to walk in their full potential as a human without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, ability, sexual orientation, religion, or political beliefs.
Our philosophy focuses on empowering individuals and families to make healthy decisions that will lead to productive lifestyles.
Clients participate in all services on a volunteer basis. Immediate crisis intervention and advocacy are available on a walk-in basis during our regular business hours (9am-4pm). Call the 24 Hour Hotline at (713) 473-2801 for more information and/or to schedule an afterhours appointment.
No Us Without You LA has transformed Va’La Hospitality’s Boyle Heights office into a food distribution center. Currently, over 160,000 lbs of food is distributed every week. Donations have enabled the two partners to provide pantry essentials and fresh produce to back-of-house staff such as dishwashers, line and prep cooks. Thus, they have kept alive the heart and soul of the restaurant and bar industry, who are often treated as dispensable.
Launched with a goal of feeding 30 families a week, No Us Without You LA is now providing food security for over 1,600 families. Diaz and Nolasco plan on offering food relief packages through 2021 as a way to show undocumented BOH workers that they are not forgotten. They are not in the shadows. They are seen, heard, and respected.
American Red Cross
At the American Red Cross, it is the heart of our mission to be there for individuals and families facing their darkest moments — and none of that work would be possible without you, Dailey. Our supporters, above all else, power this mission.
Thank you, as always, for your generosity, compassion and support.
Executive Director, Humanitarian Services
American Red Cross
When the pandemic brought her supper club and catering business to a halt, Chef Q. Ibraheem started providing healthy, home-cooked meals to families in need in the Chicago area. As word of her efforts spread through the community, she received funding to expand her program, Kids with Coworkers. Since March 2020, she’s provided more than 60,000 meals to more than 600 people at risk of going hungry during the pandemic.
Dailey Pike and Chef Q have created a program to teach kids to be entrepreneurs. House Of The Dragon donated 1000 bottles of hot sauces which the kids will sell, keeping a portion of the sale for their effort. The remaining money goes to support Chef Q's effort to help feed the community. A good woman doing good work.
I got the sauces!!! Yesterday we had 3 events and just ending a morning breakfast event, the past 24 hours have been absolutely bonkers! Dailey...is 824lbs of SAUCE!!!
Cannot thank you enough for your heart.
A 501c3 charity promoting foodbank awareness, promoting/making donations to foodbanks, free stores, and community fridges. Delivering wine to hospitals & front line workers, and hot sauce to firefighters & police. #hotsauce4hunger #houseofthedragon #foodbank #foodbanks | Supporting AAPI Community
As Of July 2021 House Of The Dragon Charitable Services Has Donated 33,000 Bottles Of Hot Sauce To Food Banks In Georgia Colorado Oklahoma Louisiana Texas New Mexico Arizona New York & DC
During this time, millions of Americans across the country are experiencing an increased need for essential products and supplies. As a purpose-driven company that believes in making cleanliness and sustainable living commonplace, Unilever believes it is our responsibility to do all that we can to ensure that Americans can thrive now and in the future.
United for America is a movement, ignited by Unilever, to unite to deliver food, medical supplies, hygiene and cleaning products, and other critical supplies to our nation’s aid organizations on the front line. By standing with and supporting these organizations, we can ensure that all those impacted by the COVID-19 crisis get the help they need.
We have made a long-term commitment to serve both the essential organizations on the front lines and the individuals, families and vulnerable populations affected most. But it’s more than just a commitment. It’s a promise to remain United for America.
Humanitarian Assistance for Asylum Seekers
Together we work to help asylum seekers who find themselves in Brownsville, Texas and at the Brownsville/Matamoros international bridges.
Team Brownsville was founded in July 2018, by a small group of like minded educator volunteers. Since that time, our membership and our mission has expanded with the help of volunteers and donors from around the globe.
HouseOfTheDragon.com Supports The Regional Food Bank Of Northeastern New York
HouseOfTheDragon.com Supports Atlanta Community Food Bank
HouseOfTheDragon.com Supports Second Harvest Food Bank | Louisiana
HouseOfTheDragon.com Supports Food Bank Of The Rockies
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Long before Jeff Koons was adapting great works of art for Louis Vuitton, I was doing it at my store Dragon Fashion not just on bags, but on skirts, crop tops, leggings and more.
Now, you can take a swim, hang poolside, wearing the works of the greatest artists of all time. Rousseau, Chagall, Modigliani, Mondrian, plus current top Pop & Fractal artists working today. One of a kind, unique, conversation starters and art history, all in a one piece swimsuit.
I am an entertainer turned influencer. Not the other way around. That's my photo of Judith Hill in Vogue Italy. An honor to say the least. Okay, Jay Leno introduced me to Mitzi Shore at The Comedy Store in 1980. After a decade in standup, in the 90's I started doing audience warmup for sitcoms including Cheers, Ellen, Drew and many more. I also worked alongside Arsenio Hall on his late night talk show for six years. This after having introduced Arsenio the very first time he did standup in Chicago, then later introducing him to Mitzi as Jay introduced me to her. CLICK HERE TO READ A BIT ABOUT ME I was lucky enough to be present, on scene, for many iconic moments in TV history including Bill Clinton playing sax on Arsenio and Ellen's coming out episode.
Things I've done include 3 paragraphs about me in the NY Times, a two page centerfold on me in the National Enquirer about my warmup career, performing at the Hollywood Bowl, getting chased off stage at the Apollo Theater, two jazz docs, Bob Barry Jazzopgraphy In Black and White, and A Not So Average Joe. I've shot photographs at the Playboy Jazz Festival, Grammy Museum, Disney Hall, and more juke joints than you can imagine.
Only because I was in the right place was I lucky to meet many of everyone's idols. James Brown, Jerry Lee Lewis, Sammy Davis Jr., humbly I say it's a long list only because of access. If you meet me in person I will be delighted to talk to you about any of this. In fact, you might not be able to get a word in. #hahahahaha Hey, ask me about the two years I worked as Roseanne's sidekick on her daytime talk show. #goodtimes