Did you know homelessness is a rapidly growing problem, with thousands of additional residents living on the streets compared to just two years ago?
Among those who are homeless in Santa Clara County, the latest count found an increase in chronically homeless individuals — up to 2,470 from 2,097 two years ago — and the percentage of homeless residents who are deemed “unsheltered” is on the rise, indicating that the growing homeless population is more likely to be living in vehicles, encampments or on the street.
Voices of Hope, Humanitarian Choir and Instrumentalists and Cal Arte Ensemble is performing a benefit concert to create awareness of the crisis of homelessness. With free-will donations, these concerts support local services and programs for the homeless in the communities where the concerts are performed.
Our hope is that the music Inspires you to make a difference through a meaningful contribution, of any size, to be shared with a selected organization of the evening.
Voices of Hope, Humanitarian Choir and Instrumentalists is a select group comprised of professional musicians who volunteer their time and talents to help the homeless under the direction of VoH founder and composer Henry Mollicone.
Saturday, August 31, 2019 @ 7:30 p.m.
Good Samaritan United Methodist Church
19624 Homestead Rd, Cupertino, California 95014