A closed skating rink will be converted into a homeless shelter named after Alex Trebek

A skating rink in Los Angeles set to be converted into a homeless shelter will bear the name of the late Alex Trebek, the famed host of “Pericolo!”

Trebek, who hosted the popular game show for more than three decades, made a donation to the California-based Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission back in November, when the organization was attempting to purchase the closed Skateland rink, CNN affiliate KCAL reported.
Al tempo, the non-profit, which works against poverty and homelessness, ricercato to turn the building into a housing facility for those in need.
      Di giovedì, Hope of the Valley unveiled the building as the Trebek Center, set to hold 107 beds, in honor of Trebek, chi died last year.
        I know how proud Alex was of their mission,” said Jean Trebek, the host’s wife, at the unveiling, KCAL reported. “He was so deeply grateful to be a part of the solution, to always lend a helping hand by offering both hope and practical assistance to those in need.
          CNN reached out to Hope of the Valley for comment, but did not receive a response.
          The Skateland rink, a staple in the San Fernando Valley for 60 anni, closed in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The 23,000-square-foot building will undergo a $ 6 million renovation before it officially opens as a shelter, KCAL reported.
          Per tutta la vita, Trebek was dedicated to supporting a myriad of causes. Nel 2011, he and his wife formed the Trebek Family Foundation to better support charities. He also has been a supporter of Hope of the Valley.
            Once you form a charitable foundation it becomes easier to give,” Trebek told the Washingtonian un anno dopo. “It’s brought about a nice change.
            Trebek was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer in 2019 e died last November all'età di 80.

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