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Just $2.71 provides a meal and hope.

Stories that Inspire.

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We are here for you. Select the service you need and we will provide compassionate and effective care to the best of our ability.

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Donate, volunteer, spread the word, involve your school or church. Find out all the different ways you can be a part of the solution.

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Every purchase made from a Rescue Mission Alliance San Fernando Valley Super Thrift Store helps improve the lives of those in your community.

Mission Impact

Every day as the sun rises and sets over the valley, the Rescue Mission Alliance San Fernando Valley is changing lives for good.

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Nights of Shelter

Last year we provided more than 15,700 nights of safe, warm and comfortable sleep at our family shelter.

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Meals Served Last Year

A warm meal nourishes the body, mind, and soul and can make all the difference in the world. We serve hot, nutritious meals on-site and around the valley.

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Articles of Clothing

In conjunction with our SOS mobile shower and our thrift program we are able to offer guests the option of selecting fresh clothing when they stop in for a shower.

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Hot Showers

Sometimes something as simple as a hot shower can restore an individual’s dignity. The SOS shower truck reaches individuals throughout the valley.

You can help us change lives for good.

Your donation supports people in need and helps them lead healthy, self-sufficient lives.

Lives Changed For Good.

After his own struggle, Freddy wants to be a guide for others

Growing up in New York where drugs and violence were prevalent prepared Freddy for his new role as a case manager at Renewed Hope. “In my younger years, I tried drugs and I saw some friends pass away from it. There was a time I didn’t focus on school and started down the wrong path.”…

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Angela and her 5 children—including a newborn—take time to regroup

After her parents were divorced, Angela and her brother lived with her father, and they moved often. “My dad moved us a lot, so my mom wouldn’t be able to find us,” Angela said. “He was physically and sexually abusive to me and my brother.” No one knew about the abuse that Angela and her…

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Louis knew God ‘always had a plan’ for him

As a Native American boy growing up in the city, Louis had a lot to figure out-and he typically did it alone. “I was always by myself,” he said. “I was sitting around a campfire, trying to figure out a name for myself-it’s part of my culture. And I thought, ‘Man, I’m always alone. Then…

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