The singer’s Love Foundation is opening up a brand new 35-room 24-hour women’s refuge, which will allow women and their children to be admitted at any time. The refuge is funded by Rivera’s Jenni Vive concerts across the United States.
A new refuge home for women and children who are victims of abuse is opening, fulfilling a dream of late singer Jenni Rivera. Rivera, who was from Long Beach, was one of the best-selling Mexican banda music artists before she died in a 2012 airplane crash.
Jenni’s Refuge, como se conoce el refugio de emergencia abierto las 24 horas para las mujeres y sus hijos que son víctimas de violencia doméstica, es financiado a través de una subvención principal otorgada por Jenni Rivera Love Foundation
Jenni Rivera’s legacy continues full force with the opening of a 24-hour refuge home for domestic violence victims. The news was revealed earlier this week when Rivera’s sister, Rosie Rivera, announced the project.