Bringing HOPE to the Valley
The Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission is a non-profit 501-c-3 organization in the San Fernando Valley committed to meeting the needs of the hungry, homeless and destitute. Based on biblical principles, we are actively engaged in feeding, sheltering, and restoring broken lives. We are committed to serving ANYONE in need — regardless of race, religious or political persuasion.
Profile of Hope
After Being Beat Up on the Streets Homeless Man Finds New Beginning at Mission
LaDerian fell on hard times. He lost his job and was forced to live on the streets. He met up with the wrong people and started using drugs. One night, he wrote a letter to God asking for a way off the streets.
From the Rich and Famous, Retiree Lends Her Skills to Serve the Poor
For 25 years, Anita Zaputil was gracing the Mansions of BelAire and Beverly Hills catering the finest of meals to the rich and famous. Now retired, she thought she would fill some of her time by volunteering at the Mission. She visited the kitchen and jumped right in. Today, she is known as the “salad queen”
Hope, Hot Meals, Housing, Health Services and Healing…
New Thrift Store Now Open!
Recently Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission opened the second thrift store in Granada Hills, CA. The new thrift store is located in Granada Hills, on the corner of Chatsworth and Lindley.Read More
John E. White House of Hope…Now Open!
This past year, a generous donor named Joyce gave the Mission a $100,000 gift for the purpose of helping men, who had fallen on hard times, rebuild their lives.Read More
Now Open… The Genesis House
Genesis House clients will reside in a 3,752 square foot group home. The residence has 12 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms. Our residential program for single mothers and their children who are transitioning from homelessness.Read More