Each month of 2021, Safe at Home will donate a portion of profits to a deserving charity! Follow our progress below! Please consider learning about and helping these wonderful organizations!
April 2021: Glide -
Glide is on the forefront of addressing some of society's most pressing issues, including poverty, housing and homelessness, and racial and social justice.
Glide is a nationally recognized center for social justice, dedicated to fighting systematic injustices, creating pathways out of poverty and crisis and transforming lives through their integrated comprehensive services and advocacy initiates.
Interested in learning more? Check them out!
March 2021: Bay Area Women's & Children Center - DONATED $300!
Bay Area Women’s and Children’s Center, focused in the heart of San Francisco’s Tenderloin district, provides advocacy and planning to affect public policy, as well as support of long-term projects such as recreation centers, libraries, playgrounds and the like to support the needs and issues of low-income families, children and women in this neighborhood.
Their largest and most far reaching project to date was initiating and leading the effort to get the Tenderloin Community School built - a 350 student elementary school with custom built family service areas!
February 2021: Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano - DONATED $300!
The Food Bank collects donated (and they also purchase) non-perishable food items and directly distributes them to low-income families throughout Contra Costa & Solano Counties as well as making food available to other non-profit organizations that serve the ill, needy and children.
They started their organization in 1975 and rely on more than 1,000 volunteers a month, over 80 staff members, a large fleet of trucks and two facilities totaling 70,000 square feet to procure and distribute food and grocery items. Interested in volunteering (food sorting is our favorite Food Bank volunteering task!) or donating? Check them out!
January 2021: Monument Crisis Center - DONATED $200!
Monument Crisis Center is a family resource center that provides food, education, and referrals to individuals, families, children, and seniors in need, no matter their legal status. Monument Crisis Center opened their doors in 2003 and since that that time have continued to grow the client base that the serve, with now approximately 15,000 families signed up for their food distribution program. Interested in hosting a drive or volunteering? Check them out! https://www.monumentcrisiscenter.org/