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FORBIX PROUDLY SPONSORS BUILDING HOPE GALA


Skid Row Housing Trust Annual Event Provides Funding to Address Homeless Crisis in Los Angeles Calabasas, CA, September 12, 2022:


Forbix, a direct lender and real estate investment firm, announced their sponsorship of the Skid Row Housing Trust’s annual Building Hope Gala that raises awareness and funding to remedy the homeless crisis in Los Angeles. In addition to sponsorship, Forbix principals Emil Khodorkovsky and Max Kolomeyer are also on the board of directors for Skid Row Housing Trust (SRHT).


“For over thirty years, SRHT has had a profound impact on the homeless crisis facing Los Angeles,” commented Khodorkovsky. “The annual event is just icing on the cake. The day-to-day work they do has positively impacted thousands of lives and it’s an honor to be part of it.”


“We’re very proud to be actively involved in such a worthy cause,” added Kolomeyer. “The annual event is not only a celebration of SRHT’s efforts but a reminder that solutions to homelessness truly exist.”


Hosted by the inimitable master of ceremonies Billy Harris, the 2022 Building Hope Gala will be held on Thursday, September 22, at the Zipper Concert Hall on the campus of the Colburn School in Downtown Los Angeles. The evening event will include food stations with celebrity chefs Timothy Hollingsworth and Ray Garcia, live entertainment by Urban Voices Project, inspiring stories, live and silent auctions and an after-program dessert reception. Tiered sponsorship opportunities are still available as well as tickets to attend the event.


About Forbix

Founded in 2011, Forbix is a direct lender and real estate investment firm with offices in Calabasas, CA and Brandon, MS. They provide a wide range of loans and financing options for both commercial and residential real estate. From the standpoint of both lender and investor, Forbix has the unique ability to advise clients with in-depth expertise to address their individual criteria. The firm has also built an investment portfolio exceeding $250 million. For more information, visit forbix.com.

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