Sanctuary of Hope was humbled to be invited by Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Office to join over 100 interfaith leaders for a press conference to launch Days of Compassion. Days of Compassion is an initiative to engage the faith community to support the fight to end homelessness through activities of compassion. Mayor Garcetti asked interfaith leaders
Sanctuary of Hope’s staff and young adult leaders joined a rally coordinated by California State Senator Kamala Harris to protect the Affordable Care Act (ACA). We are following the proposed bill closely as it will significantly affect the health and well-being of the youth community we serve. More than 93% of SOH’s youth receive Medi-Cal
Staff loves supporting our youth’s endeavors to showcase their talent. Our Executive Director, Janet Kelly, attended Real To Reel’s youth talent show event at the Blue J Bar and Lounge in Los Angeles. Real to Reel, by Better Youth Inc., is a youth media showcase competition that honors youth who make original and unique media
Sanctuary of Hope (SOH) needs your help to impact of vulnerable youth and young adults and to fill a critical need. SOH has more than doubled the number of vulnerable and homeless youth served than previous years. This 2017 fiscal year, SOH saw 432 youth and young adults of which, 311 were new. SOH
There is always a sense of accomplishment when a goal is met. Holman United Methodist Church dedicated two of their Sunday Services to celebrate completing the 10/60 Challenge with Sanctuary of Hope. The 10/60 Challenge was a purpose-driven effort to house 10 youth experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity and provide them with Welcome Home Baskets.
The path to housing stability and permanent housing for young people experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity is a coordinated effort between homeless Coordinated Entry Systems and community stakeholders who care about preventing and ending youth homelessness. Sanctuary of Hope has been able to move more young adults into permanent housing thanks to strong community partnerships.
Sometimes, Sanctuary of Hope wants to share how partnerships impacts the lives of youth by giving them a sense of belonging. Partnerships with faith organizations like Holman United Methodist Church lets vulnerable young adults that they are not alone and that there are caring people in the community rooting for their success. Check out a
Sanctuary of Hope is making STABILITY happen for a number of vulnerable youth facing insecurity. Will you help us end our fiscal year on a high note and begin the new year strong? With your investment in the potential of youth, Sanctuary of Hope: – Connects 100 youth to stable housing – Places 40 youth into
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 18, 2017 Contacts: Janet Denise Kelly, 323-786-2413, email@example.com Cool, Jazz and Conversations Social fundraising Event Planned For Sanctuary of Hope At LA84 Foundation An evening dedicated to conversations about youth well-being (Los Angeles, CA) – Jazz and social party enthusiasts can enjoy a cool and relaxing evening at Sanctuary of
It takes a village to welcome home a youth who has experienced homelessness. In late March, SOH permanently housed four amazing youth through the Rapid Rehousing program. With new found stability, they can realize their potential and promise. An apartment is not a home without a housewarming and incidentals to get started. Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson