HEARTS FOR HOPE GALA “HOPE IN ACTION” April 21st, 2018
LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA/SYLMAR (April 2018) On Saturday, April 21st, 2018 at 6pm Union Rescue Mission (URM) will host their 9th annual Hearts for Hope Gala“Hope in Action” at the luxurious Beverly Hilton hotel to raise awareness and funds for URM’s Hope Gardens Family Center (HGFC). Our Special Host for this year’s event is none other than the fabulous Angela Bassett from the Blockbuster movie “Black Panther” and the popular Fox TV series “9-1-1”.
LAPD, and LAFD first responders helped evacuate our Hope Gardens families safely during the #creekfire, so we are honored to present them with the “Heart of Courage” and “Heart of Valor” awards. URM will also honor the Porto family with the “Heart of Generosity” award for their many years of faithful and delicious food donations that have helped us serve over 3,000 meals daily and Patty Phillips of Patty’s Gourmet Pizza will receive the “Heart of Service” award for her longtime dedication of fundraising and support of Hope Gardens Family Center.
Rev. Andy Bales, CEO of URM says “We will be honored by your presence at this event celebrating local Heroes as you join us to make a life-changing impact in the lives of precious moms & children experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles.”
We are so grateful for our sponsors Guggenheim Partners, Lisa and Tim Sloan, California Resource Corporation, Capstone Foundation, Law Office of Tara L Cooper, Karen Preston, Dawn Vincent, Patrick & Nancy McCabe, Bruce Newsom, Jae Townsend, Kelly M. Weber, David & Nancy Dow and more.
URM is the largest missions of its kind in America — bringing help and hope to men, women, and children experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles. URM provides comprehensive emergency and long-term recovery services to our guests to help them escape the dangerous streets of Skid Row and transition from homelessness to independent living.
About URM’s Hope Gardens Family Center
Nestled in the foothills of the Angeles national forest, HGFC offers a peaceful setting and transitional living to moms, children, a number of single women and permanent supportive housing to senior women. In addition to food and shelter, HGFC offers the real help women need to escape homelessness forever, long-term rehabilitation programs, job training, counseling, training and encouragement.
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