Project Homeless Connect

Screen shot 2016-06-03 at 11.12.04 AMProject Homeless Connect is a national best practice model that originated in San Francisco in October 2004.

In the City of San Diego, the San Diego Housing Commission has been the lead organizer for Project Homeless Connect since 2010. Major partners include the City of San Diego, Interfaith Shelter Network, Family Health Centers of San Diego and Father Joe’ s Villages.

This one-day volunteer, donation driven resource fair provides a variety of services to San Diego’ s homeless individuals and families such as housing referrals, health screenings, flu shots, dental exams, haircuts, legal aid, child care and pet care. Additionally, participants receive hot meals, beverages, desserts, pastoral care, employment assistance, veterans ‘ assistance, and public benefits screening.

You can make a difference in the lives of our most vulnerable San Diegans to begin the process of ending their homelessness and rebuild their lives by making a donation of financial support to The 12th Project Homeless Connect – Downtown San Diego which be held on Wednesday, January 31, 2018, at Golden Hall in the San Diego Concourse (202 C Street) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Your gift of any amount to Project Homeless Connect is appreciated and will be used to provide warm clothes, socks, shoes, hygiene items and bags to those individuals and families attending this one-day resource fair.

For more information about Project Homeless Connect – Downtown San Diego, please visit: /Project­ Homeless-Connect. We look forward to a successful event with your support.

Contributions are tax deductible, to the extent permitted by law, as charitable donations to The Interfaith Shelter Network of San Diego, fiscal agent for this event. (Tax ID: 95-2630300)