A Journey of a Mom with Children on Skid Row


There are more than 66, 000 homeless, school age children in Los Angeles. Those are shattering numbers considering how wealthy many people are today. Unfortunately homelessness is being treated as an ‘“oh well” ignored crisis, that shouldn’t be and does not have to be. But it is a growing happening and we all need to pitch in and help. JonAk

It is our goal to move every precious mother and child off the streets of Skid Row and to the safety and serenity of Hope Gardens Family Center, where they can really get back on their feet. Febe, a single mom of two, came to Union Rescue Mission when she had to leave her home due to family issues.

She is one of the many moms that we have helped move to Hope Gardens, and she definitely won’t be the last. It won’t be easy. But we know with help from friends like you, we can make this dream a reality. Please take a moment to watch this video of Febe getting a fresh start on life and moving into Hope Gardens.

And thank you for your continued support — we couldn’t do this without you. — For more Stories From Skid Row from Union Rescue Mission (URM), please subscribe to our Youtube Channel:


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