Get a first look at pop star Carly Rae Jepsen's afternoon with one family struggling to make rent. Join Carly and add your voice to the Make Room campaign.

Performance By Carly Rae Jepsen

Making it work in Los Angeles

Parents Lisette and Henry Duarte have struggled through job loss, medical emergencies and homelessness – with an unwavering focus on providing as much consistency as possible for their kids, both of whom have been diagnosed with autism.

As their neighborhood has gentrified, rents have continued to climb, including their own. They are grateful for making it through tough times, but still struggle to get by.

The Duartes have stepped forward to open the door on this hidden crisis. We are proud to feature them in our premiere Make Room Concert for the 1st featuring Carly Rae Jepsen.

To help them pay off outstanding medical bills, we have created a donation page on CrowdRise.

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