HOMELESS OR ARE ABOUT TO EXPERIENCE HOMELESSNESS??? PLEASE CALL 211
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How To Help

We are fortunate to have many valuable partners participating in the process who understand the scale of this crisis and are generously providing vital monetary and in-kind support to help us continue with this ongoing pilot project

Service providers who are making critical support available include: Operation DignityBay Area Community Services (BACS), and Lava Mae (a mobile shower provider). 

Make a Donation

Currently 100% of funds raised through the Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Foundation fundraising page goes toward providing temporary structures and services in support of Oakland’s “Tuff Shed” shelter communities.

You can also visit HandUp! an online fundraising platform that supports Oakland’s homeless population in a range of ways. 

Become a Partner

Businesses, local charitable partners, and private funders have stepped up to contribute monetary and in-kind support to our comprehensive effort to end homelessness. These partners include: Kaiser Permanente; The Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce; The Oakland Builders Alliance; Sutter Health/ Alta Bates Summit Medical Center; Alameda County; Tuff Sheds; 360 Total Concept; Alameda County; Alarcon Bohm; Argent Materials; AT&T; Cahill / Focon; Caltrans; Carmel Partners; Councilwoman Lynette Gibson McElhaney; D-Line Constructors; Douglas Parking; Drew Haydel; Economy Lumber; Gensler; ITS ConGlobal; Jim Moore; Lane Partners; Lowney Architects; Oakland Builders Alliance; Overaa Construction; Pasons Corporation; PG&E; Pyatok Architecture; S&S Trucking; Safeway, Northern California Division; Supervisor Keith Carson; Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods; SWIG Company; The Oakland Athletics; The Oakland Builders Alliance; The Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce; TMG Partners; Visit Oakland; Wendel, Rosen, Black and Dean LLP; and the San Francisco Foundation.

Provide Housing

Housing Oakland gives property owners a cash bonus and interest-free loans for repairs and upgrades if they allow a Section 8 family to move in. The program also provides current Section 8 property owners who lose a tenant with up to two months of rent. Contact the Oakland Housing Authority at 510-874-1653 for information.

Bay Area Community Services (BACS) coordinates rooms for rent. If you can help by renting a room, in-law unit or home, or know someone who might be interested, email BACS at RoomsInOakland@bayareacs.org.

Volunteer

The organizations below provide direct assistance to homeless people. Please contact the organizations directly to see how you can help. 

Be Part of the Solution