LA MarathonHope of the Valley CEO and CFO, Ken Craft and Rowan Vansleve will once again run the LA Marathon on Sunday March 8th for the sole purpose of raising much needed funds to open two new shelters (185 beds) and a brand new Navigation Center in the next 6 months. Just one look at Rowan and Ken and it is very apparent that neither one of them are "runners". Nevertheless, they will put their bodies thru the grueling 26.2 miles all for the purpose of funding necessary programs that address the humanitarian crisis of homelessness in Los Angeles. Hope of the Valley relies on the generosity of its donors. Please sponsor Ken and Rowan as they "move their feet so others can eat!". Every donation matters so please be as generous as you can!
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Mi Casa LAMi Casa LA is the catalyst of a united Hispanic movement to end homelessness. In it's 3rd year running, Mi Casa LA gathers some of the biggest music influencers in the Spanish language faith-based community along with an audience of over 3,000 spanish speakers from across greater Los Angeles. All proceeds support Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission.
2020 Line up: Evan Craft, Barak, Lowsan Melgar, Rosie Rivera and Juan De Montreal
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The Great Thanksgiving BanquetThe Great Thanksgiving Day Banquet is an annual community service project at Hope of the Valley’s HELP Center in Van Nuys where 250 to 300 volunteers serve a Thanksgiving lunch to 1,000 men, women and children who struggle with homelessness and poverty in the surrounding community. There are 100 tables of 10 that can be sponsored for $300 per table with four volunteer spots available per sponsorship. Other sponsorship opportunities include logo placement, speaker opportunities and an opportunity to sponsor a booth at the Resource Fair right after the lunch. There are 12-15 sponsor booths at the Resource Fair each having an item our clients need such as socks, blankets, non-perishable food items, rain ponchos, gloves, hats etc.
Drumstick Dash LAHope of the Valley’s annual Drumstick Dash is a Thanksgiving Day 10k/5k run/walk event and a Lil Gobblers race for children held every Thanksgiving morning. This year’s course will take runners, joggers and walkers through the iconic streets of the NoHo Arts District. We rely on the generous support of the community so "Move Your Feet So Others Can Eat!” Registration for 2020 is open now: Click HERE