Project Homeless Connect and Lava Mae are teamed up for a Day of Dignity on Tuesday, May 23 and and unveiled the CareVan!
At this extra-special Lava Mae Pop-Up Care Village, we celebrated Project Homeless Connect’s new CareVan and highlighted the vital importance of partnerships to best serve people moving through homelessness and maximize collective impact.
Starting in early 2017, the new PHC CareVan – a five-passenger van with supplies for a pop-up service event – will provide valuable resources and support for people experiencing homelessness across San Francisco. This project is the next step for PHC to connect the most vulnerable members of our community to vital services, wherever they may be.
The CareVan will cost $160,000 to build out and operate for three years. Thanks to everyone who donated and supported this campaign so far. With your help we will be bringing services to your neighbors experiencing homelessness, wherever they may be. We couldn’t do it without you!