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.

Jenni's "Love Foundation" will open its first-ever refuge for abused women and children, called "Jenni's Refuge." “I and the whole Rivera family, am proud to continue to build on Jenni’s legacy,” said Rosie, who is head of Jenni Rivera Enterprises, in a statement.  “Jenni is all about living life to its fullest and giving back to the fans and the people. We honor her memory by continuing to grow the amazing empire she built.”

The late singer's "Love Foundation" is an international non-profit organization with the mission to help single mothers, who have suffered illness, poverty, substance abuse, domestic violence and sexual abuse, to rise again.

Jenni Rivera Fans of Mexican-US singer Jenni Rivera walk during a procession to the Basilica of Guadalupe in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico on December 11, 2012. The wreckage of a plane carrying Rivera was found in northern Mexico and there were no survivors, officials said. The Lear Jet was flying from Monterrey to Toluca, and was carrying six other people besides the singer, said Iturbide's Mayor Antonio Gonzalez. Julio Cesar Aguilar/AFP/Getty Images

According to Billboard, the new project will launch May 19 in association with New Life Beginnings and is funded by the Jenni Vive concerts playing in U.S. cities. "Jenni's Refuge" is a 35-room facility for women and children with 24/7 assistance. Billboard reports that the refuge and foundation plan to open more homes in several cities around the country. 

The "Love Foundation" inaugurated in Long Beach, California, due to the Diva de la Banda's personal experience with domestic abuse. As a young mother, the "La Gran Señora" singer battled with being a single mom of five and suffered with abuse from her previous relationships. The foundation became stronger when Jenni became an top-selling international star. 

According to the organization's website, Jenni felt the need to help her community and the women who were in her shoes. "Giving is what truly makes me happy," was the phrase that the Banda songstress mostly said. Following the deadly plane crash that killed Jenni and part of her team on December 9, 2012, the "Love Foundation" continues to help women under the reign of Jacqie Campos, Jenni's second daughter.