Campus tours are the perfect way to learn about what is being done in YOUR community to solve complex issues like homelessness.
We have missed welcoming community members (and beyond!) onto our campus. So, we decided to make it virtual!
Join Executive Director Phil Kramer and other front line staff on a virtual, 45 minute tour of our campus.
A great part of touring our campus is the opportunity you have to ask ALL the questions you’ve been pondering about homelessness. So, we’ve designed the virtual tour with that in mind. You will have the chance to ask questions throughout and connect with program managers every step of the way.
Be the Solution Workshop
Being a part of the solution to homelessness can feel like a huge task, right? Sometimes there are not enough hours in the day to think about how YOU can solve homelessness. It’s a huge problem, how could any of us possibly make a big difference!?
We are here to help!
We are offering a NEW 60-minute workshop to help you learn about simple, approachable ways to become a part of the solution.
With the help of Don Lane, community activist and political leader, and our Community Engagement Manager, Andrea Feltz, you will engage in big and small group sessions to identify exactly how you can be part of the solution, right now. Bonus points if you bring a friend, and can help motivate each other to get things done!
The Walk Home
The Walk Home is a free community-wide event, celebrating 1000 people housed through the 180 Together initiative. Between October 23 and November 1, we’ll collectively walk 1000 miles (or more!) in celebration of the 1000 people who had formerly experienced chronic homelessness and are now in permanent housing.
Learn more, and join us, on The Walk Home website.
The hottest soups in town. Local celebrities. Wine. Live music. The beach boardwalk. Oh, kale yeah!
Soupline is our annual fundraiser, taking place every April at the Cocoanut Grove. Check back for the latest news in early spring.
Housing Matters Gala
The annual Housing Matters Gala, held every December, is a celebration of our major donors and the impact their generosity makes in resolving homelessness in Santa Cruz County.
On or about the longest night of the year – the Winter Solstice – communities across the country gather to remember neighbors who have died homeless in the past year. A permanent memorial is being built at Evergreen Cemetery. Learn more about supporting the project here >