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Excitement filled the air on Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 as Hollywood came together for ‘An Evening for DREAMS’ hosted by Covenant House California at the DREAM Hotel in Los Angeles, atn an event presented by Delta Air Lines. Signage
The evening celebrated the dreams of Covenant House of California’s youth and featured live musical performances by performance by Tyson Ritter along with several other members from The All-American Rejects, who performed a few songs including a cover of ‘Where is My Mind’

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All American Rejects performed during Covenant House Fundraiser at Dream Hotel  Sponsored by Delta Airlines  Photo Credit Eva Napp

by The Pixies, as well as a performance from Morgxn.

Also in attendance were Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, stars of the soon-to-premiere Nate & Jeremiah by Design on TLC, as well as some of TNT’s Major Crimes cast including Graham Patrick Martin, Kearran Giovanni, Ransford Doherty, and Rene Rosado. 

 

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Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, stars of  Nate & Jeremiah by Design on TLC    Photo Credit Eva Napp
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TNT’s Major Crimes Actor Graham Patrick Martin (far right) Photo Credit Eva Napp

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TNT’s Major Crimes Actress Kearran Giovanni and CEO Covenant House, Bill Bedrossian Photo Credit Eva Napp
President & CEO of Covenant House California, Bill Bedrossian spoke about the landscape of homeless youth in Los Angeles, with at least 4,000 youths that are homeless in Hollywood at any given time, and how people can get involved in helping these youths get off the streets. The evening’s celebration shined a light on the talents and dreams of the youth that call Covenant House California’s Hollywood campus “home.”

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Covenant House of California is a non-profit organization with locations in Hollywood, CA and Oakland, CA whose mission is to help homeless and trafficked youth by providing shelter and sanctuary for those who have nowhere to go. CHC believes that no young person deserves to be homeless; that every young person in California deserves shelter, food, clothing, education … and most importantly, to be loved.Signage2

Now serving over 1,800 youth a year, CHC has served nearly 190,000 homeless youth since we’ve opened our doors. CHC provides a full continuum of services to meet the physical, emotional, educational, vocational, and spiritual well-being of young people, in order to provide them with the best chance for success in independence. 

In the last 12 months, nearly 4,000 volunteers donated their time, talent, and a piece of their heart to serve our young people at Covenant House California. These amazing individuals and groups show our young people that there are adults in this world that truly do care for them. By assisting the professional staff and offering essential services to our young people, volunteers play a critical role in Covenant House California’s success. It is only with the support of our community that we can offer so many opportunities for healing and growth to our young people.
 
What do you love to do? Do you write, cook, dance, play an instrument or sports? Do you have administrative, design or organizational skills? Come share that passion with our young people. They need your help at Covenant House. Please contact them today!
 
LOS ANGELES
Kirsten Awalt or (323) 461-3131, ext. 274
BAY AREA 
Randi Reed or (510) 379-1010, ext. 1008
 
GET YOUR FAITH COMMUNITY INVOLVED
Your faith community will see lives transformed and, in the process, see change in your own lives. If you’d like to serve our young people, there are multiple ways to get involved. Organize a service project, or supply drive, raise funds for a specific need! Help CHC love all of God’s children with absolute respect and unconditional love! Please contact us today!
 
LOS ANGELES
Kirsten Awalt or (323)-461-3131, ext. 274
BAY AREA
Randi Reed or (510) 379-1010, ext. 1008
 
GET YOUR COMPANY INVOLVED
At CHC, we recognize that successful partnerships don’t generally fit a one size fits all model. We’d love to learn about the needs of your organization, and create a partnership that is meaningful, rewarding and sustainable for all involved. We can work with you to engage your employees in multiple ways including (but not limited to): volunteerism, service projects, supply drives, in-kind donations, cause-related marketing, employee giving, job creation, special event participation, sponsorship and programmatic investments.
 
Please reach out to Amanda at asattler@covca.org to start a dialogue on how your company can partner with CHC, while dramatically improving the lives of homeless and trafficked young people.

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