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April Volunteer Newsletter
Thank you, Sutroites!
It’s remarkable individuals like you, who truly make a difference! We appreciate your interest and time invested, in changing the lives of others. Each month, this webpage will be updated with new volunteer opportunities and ways to give back to our community. Enjoy these fun and fulfilling activities while making a positive impact!
Donate to Kids in Need
Homeless Prenatal Program
Event Date: April 7 – May 31
Contact: Kira Dionis Petersen, email@example.com
Mission: In partnership with our families, break the cycle of childhood poverty.
The Homeless Prenatal Program is a nationally-recognized family resource center in San Francisco that empowers homeless and low-income families, particularly mothers motivated by pregnancy and parenthood, to find within themselves the strength and confidence they need to transform their lives. We serve over 3,500 low-income and homeless families annually, providing a variety of programs and services to help families become healthy, stable and self-sufficient.
HPP promotes healthful living in families with four major goals:
- Healthy Babies: Perinatal services to promote healthy pregnancies, births and bonding.
- Safe, Stable Housing: Housing support including education, resources and limited rental assistance.
- Nurturing Relationships: Services designed to strengthen families and promote protective factors.
- Economic Sustainability: Job training, financial education and other resources to encourage family stability and self-sufficiency.
The first agency in San Francisco to hire former clients as staff, HPP’s evolution has been guided by the community it serves. More than half of HPP’s immensely talented staff of 100 is formerly homeless mothers and/or graduates of the agency’s year-long Community Health Worker Program, which trains women for careers in the nonprofit sector.
For more information
BREAK THE CYCLE OF CHILDHOOD POVERTY
HPP utilizes a holistic approach to empower pregnant women and families with young children through trauma-informed case management services that help families work toward goals with one-on-one counseling.
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Please drop off your donated items in any of our labeled bins located in our Cell Free Cafe in Oyster Point or the Break Room in San Carlos by EOD Tuesday, May 31st.
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