News Highlights

100 Hours Living in a Car

A pair of North Hills nonprofit workers spent 100 hours living out of a car to highlight the plight of thousands of unhoused people living in Los Angeles. John Cádiz Klemack reports Jan. 13, 2023.

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All In for Housing

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The Alvarado Family Shelter

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Dave Grohl Cooks for Hope the Mission Participants

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Inside Safe

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The Woodlands

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Death to Hope Run
350 Mile Run to End Homelessness

Ken Craft (Founder & CEO) and Rowan Vansleve (President & CFO) of Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission ran 250 Miles from Death Valley to Northridge, CA, to bring awareness to the homeless crisis in Los Angeles and raise much-needed funds for the NEW 107-Bed Trebek Center. The first of it’s kind in Northridge, CA.


100 Hours on the Streets of LA
C-Suite to the Streets

To bring awareness to the homeless crisis in Los Angeles, Ken Craft (Founder/CEO of Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission) and Rowan Vansleve (President/CFO) braved the streets of LA on one of the coldest weeks of the year with only a backpack and $5. Shelter should be a human right.



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