Grohl (and Daughter) Perform For Homeless

Recently, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and his daughter Violet gave a little back to some of the holes community in Los Angeles…performing a backyard concert.

“Thank you To Ella and her family for putting together this amazing fundraiser for Stella’s Socks 🧦 This will allow us to expand and be able to help more of the homeless community in LA and beyond! Thank you Rev. Smart for your inspirational words, Violet Grohl for your beautiful performance, and all the volunteers & people who donated, this would not have been possible without you! #teamwork…

Stella’s Socks was started by 8th-grader, Stella Vaughan Verk and her dad, Jonathan. Every year, the organization delivers socks to over 100k homeless and homeless youth in Los Angeles. Part of it’s mission is to provide kids and youth from the community an opportunity to participate in service and experience the rush of doing good and ‘giving back’.

 

 

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Thank you To Ella and her family for putting together this amazing fundraiser for Stella’s Socks 🧦 This will allow us to expand and be able to help more of the homeless community in LA and beyond! Thank you Rev. Smart for your inspirational words, Violet Grohl for your beautiful performance, and all the volunteers & people who donated, this would not have been possible without you! #teamwork… Ella & Stella want to inspire other youth to get involved in their communities and know you CAN make a difference at any age! ❤️ Together we can help those less fortunate get off the streets and back on their feet! ————————————————————————— #stellassocks #shelterforyourfeet #volunteer #charity #giveback #motivation #inspiration #help #homless #homelessness #community #getinvolved #happeningnow #losangeles #volunteerwork #nonprofit #nonprofitorganization #change #helpingothers #helpthehomeless #donate #davegrohl #makeadifference #selfless #love #inspire #motivate #youth #leadership

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