The Skid Row Housing Trust hosted a 20th Anniversary Gala Celebration and Open House at the New Carver Apartments in Los Angeles last night and attracted a host of stars.
The event was held in the Trust’s 22nd building that provides supportive housing for Los Angeles’ homeless community. Guests included Tobey Maguire, Jen Meyer, Sarah Meyer, Ashley Olsen, Justin Bartha, Scott Speedman, Julie Bowen, Sam Trammell, Kat Dennings, Alison Hannigan, Oliver Hudson, January Jones, Justin Long, and New Zealand-born actress Melanie Lynsky, as well as Los Angeles’ elite, business leaders, members of the interior design community and architect, Michael Maltzan.
Four of the apartments feature resident inspired designs by celebrated Los Angeles designers, Katie Fine, Molly Luetkemeyer, Ruthie Sommer and Estee Stanley.
The Skid Row Housing Trust has been ending homelessness for the most vulnerable men and women in Los Angeles for the past 20 years. The Trust develops, manages and operates homes for the homeless, offers permanent supportive housing, and a complete range of support services necessary to move beyond poverty, illness and addiction.
The Trust is responsible for 22 buildings and over 1,300 residents who live in them. Skid Row Housing Trust was founded in 1989 and is a nonprofit organization.
For more info, go to www.skidrow.org.