Who We Are Changing Lives for Good
The San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission is an outreach ministry of the Rescue Mission Alliance which is a Christian Non-Profit organization ministering to the needs of the less fortunate in Southern California through emergency and long-term rehabilitation services.
Home Again Campaign We are still building!
Even with the fire and rebuilding of the structures that were destroyed, we are still continuing with the Home Again Campaign. Please check back often as we move forward.
What You Can Do There is always something to do
Becoming a volunteer is easy and there are opportunities are on-going, year-round, and constantly changing. At the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission, there is a place for everyone with time to give. Volunteer today and make a difference in the lives of the hurting and the homeless.
Tribute to Queen... Donation Drive for the Mission
On Sunday, August 10th Valley Cultural Center is hosting a donation drive to benefit the Mission during their weeklyfree outdoor summer concert. Concerts on the Green are held at the beautiful Lou Bredlow Pavilion in Warner Park at 5800 Topanga Canyon Blvd. in Woodland Hills, from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Come enjoy Queen Nation, Tribute to Queen. Mission staff will be in attendance to receive donations.
NBC4 to Host Comedy Night in Support of the Mission
NBC4 Southern California is committed to supporting many philanthropic causes throughout the Southland. NBC4’s Weathercaster Fritz Coleman is performing three stand-up comedy shows at the Ice House in Pasadena with 100% of the proceeds benefitting three local nonprofit organizations.
On Sunday, August 17, proceeds will benefit the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit icehousecomedy.com.
Summer Entertainment at CSUN with a Splash of Doing Good
The silver screen has made its way to California State University, Northridge for a second summer in the form of Associated Students’ Summer Movie Fest. However, this year will encourage a little more audience participation.
Every Thursday through August 28 will be filled with family favorites, classic blockbusters and college must-sees on CSUN’s Delmar T. Oviatt Lawn. Movies start at dusk (about 7 p.m.) and are preceded by an array of food trucks starting at 5:30 p.m.