Spanish Language Faith Influencers To Headline End Homelessness Event

Mar 3, 2020

Mi Casa LA on the 3rd of May, 2020 will feature Evan Craft, Lowsan Melgar, Rosie Rivera, Juan De Montreal and Grammy-winning group Barak to benefit the homeless in Los Angeles.

Shepherd Church of Porter Ranch, CA is set to host the third Mi Casa LA, a concert to benefit initiatives for the homeless in Los Angeles by registered nonprofit Hope of The Valley Rescue Mission.

The LA homeless aid nonprofit announced Mi Casa LA, a faith-based Hispanic community music event that will feature some of the biggest influencers in the world of music and media. The event is expected to draw more than 3,000 people to the Shepherd Church at 19700 Rinaldi Street, Porter Ranch, CA 91326.

The concert's 2020 lineup will feature Christian singer-songwriter Evan Craft, Guatemalan singer Lowsan Melgar, television personality Rosie Rivera, and musician Juan De Montreal. The lineup is expected to feature a special performance by Grammy-winning music group Barak.

Proceeds of the third Mi Casa LA faith concert will go towards building shelters and providing services for the homeless through Hope of The Valley Rescue Mission. The nonprofit provides nearly 290,000 nutritious snacks, over 92,000 sleeping beds, 93,000 showers, and 750 medical references to homeless and destitute people in Los Angeles.

The concert is a capstone event and part of the local grassroots movement to bring food and shelter to the homeless through sustainable aid. Hope of The Valley Rescue Mission accepts tax-deductible donations and offers tickets to the event through its website.

Hope of The Valley Rescue Mission is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization qualified to receive tax-deductible donations. Founded in 2009, the nonprofit operates community-building outreach programs in Los Angeles. The organization operates a help center, transitional housing, recuperative care facilities, and crisis housing across multiple locations in California.

Reach out to a homeless person in need—donate or purchase tickets to a concert that will help Hope of The Valley reach much-needed aid to the local community. For more information about the concert and ongoing homeless relief in Los Angeles, call 818-264-4123 or visit

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