Songs for Shelter Raises Over $25,000 for Homeless Youth!

Songs for Shelter Raises Over $25,000 for Homeless Youth! November 17, 2020

Thank you for your generosity!

Thank you for your incredible generosity and for joining us in our fight to end youth homelessness in San Diego and the Philippines! Because of your generous support, we raised more than $25,000.

These funds will go directly to homeless children and young adults in San Diego and the Philippines and will help us make real change - a roof over a child's head, a warm meal, and a way to start a better life.

The concert was amazing, with 10,000 viewers from around the world tuning in to hear our important message of ending youth homelessness. Our multi-camera broadcast experience featured live performances from Reneé DominiqueRebecca Jade & The Cold FactCedrice and The Lyrical Groove. Thank you to cohosts Monica Dean, News Anchor, NBC7 and Tati Santiago, Jesse and Tati in the Morning, STAR 94.1!

Thank you for your valuable contribution. Together we can end homelessness for children and young adults in San Diego.

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