LA Marathon

Los Angeles is the homeless capital of America and Ken Craft, Hope of the Valley’s President and CEO, and Rowan Vansleve, Hope of the Valley’s Chief Administrative and Finance Officer, run the 60,000 steps it takes to finish the LA marathon every year to raise $60,000 from sponsors like YOU! We want to thank all the supporters who sponsored Ken and Rowan in this year’s LA Marathon. Your contributions helped get them across the finish line so that Hope of the Valley can continue doing life changing work for men, women and children living through and coping with homelessness in our community!

Mi Casa LA

Mi Casa LA gathers some of the biggest influencers and talent in the Spanish language faith-based community for a benefit concert for Hope of the Valley. The 2019 concert was a HUGE success with 3,000 concert goers in attendance! We would like to thank the talented Piolín, Evan Craft, Marco Barrientos, MyrkaDellanos, Redimi2, and Juan de Montreal. We would also like to thank our sponsors Shepherd Church, Alliance Metal Products, Inc., Randolph & Associates, and Molina Healthcare.

The Care Concert

The Care Concert is produced by the Get Together Foundation with proceeds benefiting individuals and families experiencing homelessness. This year’s theme was California Saga and it was at the historic 1,400 seat Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Featured artists included David Crosby of Crosby, Stills & Nash, Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Famer Al Jardine, Jesse Colin Young of The Youngbloods, Grammy winning guitar legend Albert Lee (Emmylou Harris), members of the Immediate Family Danny “Kootch” Kortchmar, Waddy Wachtel, Leland Sklar, and Steve Postell, plus Freebo(Bonnie Raitt), Rosemary Butler (Jackson Browne), Carly Smithson (American Idol), actor/singer Rob Morrow, and poet Stephen Kalinich. Click HERE for more info.

A Decade of Hope 10th Anniversary Gala

On Saturday, August 24th at Bishop Alemany, Alumni Hall in Mission Hills, volunteers, donors and partners will gather together to celebrate Hope of the Valley’s 10 years of serving our community. We would not be able to do what we do without YOUR support!
Come celebrate with us and lend your corporate support to the Hope of the Valley as we join together for our Decade of Hope Gala!Thank you for helping us rebuild lives and restore dreams! To become a sponsor and buy tickets, go HERE
Date TBAOct/Nov

Broadway to the Rescue

Broadway to the Rescue is Hope of the Valley’s signature event that brings together a star-studded roster of Broadway performers with impressive resumes of nearly 100 renowned Broadway shows. Michael-Leon Wooley, an award winning entertainer and Broadway performer, was moved to create Broadway to the Rescue after serving meals to clients at our HELP Center because he wanted to use his many talents and industry connections to make more of an impact. What started out as a show in a 150 seat bar in North Hollywood has now turned into an annual benefit at the 900seat Montalban Theatre in Hollywood. Stay tuned for info about 2019 Broadway to the Rescue!

The Great Thanksgiving Banquet

The 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. Stay tuned for info about the 2019 Great Thanksgiving Banquet!

Drumstick Dash LA

Hope of the Valley’s annual Drumstick Dash is a 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!” and register yourself, your friends, and your family for this fun event HERE Click HERE for 20% off…