Would you join our Heart and Home Club as a monthly donor to show your commitment to ending family homelessness year round? You can also make a one-time donation.
Please consider making a gift today to support hundreds of children & families experiencing homelessness. Together, we can #endfamilyhomelessness.
Sharing the Harvest
Save the date for Friday, September 23rd for our annual Sharing the Harvest gala at the Golden Gate Club in the Presidio. We’ll have a big announcement to share at this year’s event!
Work with us, and love where you work! At Hamilton Family Center, we are a dynamic team who share a commitment to the mission of ending family homelessness. The work we do has a positive impact on our community and you can be part of it!
Join us in getting educated and aware this Thursday for Think About It Thursdays #TAT. Read this report on #endingfamilyhomelessness and the impact homelessness has on children and youth by the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness. Together we can #endfamilyhomelessness in our city!
Hamilton Family Center is proud to support a groundbreaking ballot initiative which seeks to restore arts funding in San Francisco and end family homelessness. If passed, the measure would increase city arts funding by 137% and establish the Ending Family Homelessness Fund. On Monday, we turned in 11,184 signatures in order to get on the ballot!
Now, we are going into full swing campaign mode to get the required ⅔ vote to pass this initiative. With your help, we can #endfamilyhomelessness in San Francisco and support economic growth and cultural vitality in our city.
It is a happy Monday indeed! We are so excited to start this week off with some exciting news! We have been awarded an extremely generous grant from the 50 Fund, the Legacy Fund of the San Francisco Bay Area Super Bowl 50 Host Committee 50 Fund! We are grateful for this continued support in #endfamilyhomelessness, trusted partnership and a great way to start a Monday! We are honored to work together, thank you for your commitment! #communitystrong ... See MoreSee Less
Join us at this Rally for the Arts and Ending Homelessness on Monday at noon at City Hall in SF. Learn how this measure, if passed, will allocate significant ongoing funds to #endfamilyhomelessness without raising taxes.
What a wicked way to celebrate summer!! Thank you to amazing volunteers from Google who organized an epic game of capture the flag and brought some google cardboard to play with! #communitystrong ... See MoreSee Less
BuzzFeed San Francisco Thank you BuzzFeed San Francisco and SF Homeless Project for spending the day at our Shelter! We are excited to share LeAnne's personal journey as she takes you on a tour of the place she has stayed during this time of transition. Like most of the families who stay at our shelter, LeaAnne is moving into a new apartment with her family in July! #humanizinghomelessness #housingfirst #communitystrong ... See MoreSee Less
In this 360 video, reporter Alex Kantrowitz and Bu...
Today marks a coordinated coverage day on homelessness and solutions to homelessness in San Francisco. Please check out sfhomelessproject.com/ all day to stay informed, mobilize, and support. #sfhomelessproject ... See MoreSee Less
A big thank you to Google for hosting an awesome party last night to celebrate Jeff Kositsky in his new role as Director of Homelessness and Supportive Housing in SF! The city is excited to have you! ... See MoreSee Less
That's right it's #ThinkAboutItThursdays #TAT at Hamilton Family Center. This week we reflect on the reality of family homelessness. Families account for over 30% of the homeless population in San Francisco. Most of this population is unseen, living in cars or doubled up with family or friends. Please take the time to read this important The Huffington Post article, share, and get involved! #beinformed #staycommitted #wearecommunitystrong
We are jumping with joy over here because today we harvested the first carrots from the rooftop garden at our shelter! #healthyeats #nutritionfirst #gardenfun #fridayfunday #communitystrong ... See MoreSee Less
We are starting something new here at HamFamSF. Think About it Thursdays #TAT! A focused effort to share resources, research, stories, and best practices. Today we share an article written by Nicholas Kristof, discussing child development, poverty, and the needed focus on early intervention and support.
We are proud to be supporting parents and children break the cycle of homelessness and poverty in the SF Bay Area. #TAT #HamFamSF #communitystrong