Hollywood came together at the Dream Hotel in Los Angeles to celebrate ‘An Evening for Dreams’ hosted by Covenant House California to raise funds and awareness for homeless and trafficked youth programs on January 17. The event celebrated the dreams of Covenant House of California’s youth and featured live musical performances by Tyson Ritter along with several from The All-American Rejects, who performed a few songs including a cover of ‘Where is My Mind’ by The Pixies. 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.
Guests enjoyed live music, food, drinks, and fun aimed to raise funds for Covenant House. During the program, President & CEO of Covenant House, Bill Bedrossian spoke about the landscape of the homeless youth in Los Angeles, where the organization now serves 1,800 youth a year. Covenant House of California is a non-profit organization with locations in Hollywood and Oakland, whose mission is to help homeless and trafficked youth by providing shelter, sanctuary and support for those in need. Services offered by Covenant House California include short-term and long-term housing programs and supportive services like medical & mental health, street outreach, career services, and more.
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