The YMCA of West SGV started their Halloween festivities early this year by combining good old fashioned Halloween fun with a positive mission.
About 250 attendees were served soup by local mayors and city officials and heard the testimonial of a once homeless single mother of two and a presentation by the LAHSA Commissioner.
This plan will capitalize on Alhambra's recent success to reduce its homeless population.
An interview with Chris Ko, the United Way's Director of Homeless Initiatives, on the "Everyone In" advocacy campaign to end homelessness.
While the 2018 homeless population decreased by 3 percent in Los Angeles County, the San Gabriel Valley's homeless population increased by 5 percent.
City officials sought community input on their plan for Measure H money to fight homelessness in Alhambra.
Alhambra had 89 homeless people living within city limits last year.
GIVE THANKS BY GIVING BACK
Union Station Homeless Services to feed thousands in need at annual Dinner in the Park event.
Pasadena, CA – October 19, 2017
The best way to give thanks is to give back! To show community…
ANNOUNCING THE ‘SWING TO BRING A CHILD HOME’ DANCE, THIS FRIDAY IN THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY, FEATURING A BAND OF SCIENTIST MUSICIANS
Arcadia, CA – The 2017 “Swing to Bring a Child Home” dance is set to be held this…
A Night of Magic helps bring people a life of dignity and a safe place to call home.
Pasadena, CA – September 25, 2017
For nearly two decades, an Evening for the Station has delivered incredible entertainment in support of…