Attended by more than 350 community, business and civic leaders, including state Sen. Anthony Portantino and Assemblyman Chris Holden, the event raised nearly $115,000 to help Union Station rebuild lives and end homelessness.
Union Station board member Robert Levy said, “As a local businessman, we owe so much to the work and services that Union Station provides our communities. As a leader in the business community, I strongly feel it’s vital that we show our support to Union Station, which aids individuals and families that are experiencing homelessness in our city and the surrounding regions. Thank you to everyone who supported Union Station and this event, and for your decision to be part of the solution.”
“We thank the many supporters and sponsors who made this event successful — and all of those who support the work of Union Station Homeless Services in ending homelessness for individuals and families in Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley,” said Anne Miskey, Union Station CEO. “It really does take all of us to ensure that no man, no woman and no child have to sleep on our streets at night.”