Can you have too much of a good thing? California’s Mediterranean climate has most rainfall occurring in winter while the summer and fall months are dry. Since late December, one atmospheric river after another has battered our drought-stricken state. The huge storms have provided much-needed relief in terms of our
Thank you so much for supporting and journeying with us this year! God is so faithful in sending us amazing people like you and with your help this year we have accomplished great things. We wanted to take this time to look back on what we’ve achieved thanks to your
It is amazing how much of an impact a donation can have when used to provide for someone who has so little. Even small things like a new beanie or a sleeping bag can have a massive impact on the quality of life of someone cold and sleeping on the streets this winter.
Happy Winter to all!
Our temperatures have dropped and the rain is falling. Our Clothing Closet is doing good work distributing warm, dry clothes to our folks in need and we have seen an uptick in attendees for our fellowship. We are still packaging our hot meals to-go, but some folks choose
Street Life Ministries to use $2M grant for residential rehabilitation program
Published on December 15, 2022
By Aimee Lewis Strain
One kind gesture can tap a wellspring of compassion. More than 22 years ago, Pastor Tony
We can recreate a miracle.
Exciting news- all donations made this December will be matched in FULL up to $55,000 thousand, doubling the impact of your donation!
In addition, all new recurring donations on any platform will have their first month’s donation QUADRUPLED– so if you start a new recurring donation of $100,
Happy Autumn everyone, as warm days give way to cool evenings let’s hold a warm thought for those outside. This month we are excited to introduce you to our newest team member Ricky Wade! Here are a few words from Ricky:
I have watched how the homeless
We have two exciting announcements to share – a limited time donation matching campaign for recurring donors and Street Club, a new program for our most consistent and generous donors.
Every.org, one of our donation processing partners, will match the
Save the Date!
Thursday, October 13, 5-8 pm
Oddfellows Lodge, Redwood City
Enjoy a delicious BBQ dinner, beer, wine and music while Brian Greenberg, Vice President of Programs and Services of LifeMoves, which provides interim housing and supportive services for homeless families and individuals, and David Shearin,
When homeless people wear their clothes, they wear them out. When you don’t have many clothes, and you are outside 100% of the time, constantly exposed to the sun, the rain, and dirt and grime, the clothes you do have get worn through very quickly. That’s why it’s so important that