January 24, 2020 Comments Off on Hudson Pacific Pledges $500K to DTLA’s Union Rescue Mission Views: 336 California News, Los Angeles

Hudson Pacific Pledges $500K to DTLA’s Union Rescue Mission

Hudson Pacific Properties (NYSE: HPP) has pledged $500,000 over the next three years to Union Rescue Mission.  The pledge is a reflection of the company’s commitment to battle homelessness and provide community support in its core markets, which include its hometown of Los Angeles, as well as Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Seattle and Vancouver.

Rev. Andy Bales, CEO, Union Rescue Mission, said: “We are grateful to partners like Hudson Pacific for addressing the crisis in homelessness in Los Angeles and helping individuals and families create a new path.”

Hudson Pacific enjoys a reputation as a conscientious steward of the communities in which it operates. In addition to the Union Rescue Mission pledge, Hudson Pacific continues to support other homeless service organizations, including Safe Parking L.A.; PATH in Los Angeles and San Jose; North Beach Citizens in San Francisco, Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) and Wellspring Family Services in Seattle; and Covenant House in Vancouver.

Photo: Hudson Pacific Founder Victor Coleman

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