Karaoke Event Raises Awareness and Funds for Homeless Youth
Mobile Hope is teaming up with Redskins Coach Jay Gruden and his wife Sherry to host its first annual Harmonizing for Hope, a karaoke-inspired fundraiser that brings together local talent and star power to assist homeless, precariously housed, and other struggling and invisible Loudoun youth. The event features a karaoke competition and auction.
Friday, August 25, 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
The Bungalow Lakehouse
46116 Lake Center Plaza, Sterling, VA
Jay and Sherry Gruden
Donna Fortier, founder and CEO, Mobile Hope
Youth client ambassadors
Sponsors including DPR Construction, Ted Britt Automotive Group, JK Moving, Washington Redskins, and Creighton Farms Group
Mobile Hope is a Loudoun-based nonprofit that supports the needs of precariously housed, homeless and at risk youth living in Loudoun County, helping them to become self-sufficient. Through a network of partnerships, Mobile Hope provides access for this fragile population to daily essentials—food, clothes, hygiene products, school supplies, medical support services, books, toys and referrals to other organizations—at its headquarters and through the Mobile Hope bus. In addition, Mobile Hope’s Crisis Care program focuses on the needs of the 18-24 year olds who are homeless, helping them with basic needs, housing solutions, extensive care management and life skills.
Tickets cost $50 and can be purchased by calling 703-771-1400.