The mission of Project Homeless Connect is to connect San Franciscans experiencing homelessness with the care they need to move forward.
Project Homeless Connect is an organization that strengthens and utilizes collaborations with city agencies, businesses, organizations, and the community to provide comprehensive services through Community Day of Service events and in house continued care for those who are at risk of becoming homeless, are currently experiencing homelessness, or are transitioning from homelessness to housing.
Since our founding in 2004, we have partnered with city leaders, community-based organizations, and volunteers from across the Bay Area to bring essential and otherwise hard to access services to people living on the streets. These collaborations are at the heart of what we do. More than 2,000 volunteers every year make our programs possible. Homelessness is a community issue, and as such requires a community solution.
As we stride forward, PHC envisions a day when all San Franciscans are cared for and housed. To this end, our core purposes are to provide connections and care that lead toward an end of homelessness for our neighbors and to build a more compassionate San Francisco.
Project Homeless Connect is a project of the San Francisco Public Health Foundation, a nonprofit fiscal agent.