According to a recent study published in June 2019 by Sacramento Steps Forward, 5,570 people are currently experiencing homelessness in Sacramento. Of those, 3,900, or 70%, of them are unsheltered and living out in the elements along rivers and underneath freeway overpasses. Living outside means no toilet, no shower, no place to do laundry, and no privacy, among other things that many of us take for granted. While we wish we could help all of them, we must direct our limited resources to the most marginalized, the most vulnerable, the unsheltered. To take it one step further, we seek out the unsheltered who are not able or not likely to travel to the few centralized locations in Sacramento that offer homeless support because we want to make sure that these people also get the supplies they need. It truly takes a network of caring hearts to make an important and meaningful difference in these people's lives. Join us in helping our fellow humans, our neighbors, in crisis. Do Better with Humanitarian Action Network.
Baiocchi, A., Curry, S., Williams, S., Argüello, T., Price Wolf, J., & Morris, J. (2019, June). Homelessness in Sacramento County: Results from the 2019 Point-in-Time Count. Sacramento, CA: Institute for Social Research and Sacramento Steps Forward.
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For the first time ever, HAN shirts are being made available to the public! The only way to get one is by making a tax-deductible donation ($25 or more) on this website, in person at one of our events, or on our Facebook page. To get your FREE shirt, after making your donation ($25 or more), send an email with your shirt size (XS - 3XL) to email@example.com. Supplies are limited!
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Humanitarian Action Network needs your support! Recurring monthly donations are most helpful, but one-time cash donations, donations of new or used items, as well as volunteer time are all integral to the continued success of our mission. Join our mailing list to learn about upcoming fundraisers and events here.
Every human being deserves the right to go to the bathroom in a dignified manner, but the unsheltered have no regular access to a restroom. For this reason, we are launching a project to sponsor porta potties for the homeless. Your recurring tax-deductible monetary donation from our home page will help to support this important endeavor.
HAN launched its first annual HUMAN t-shirt project in June 2019. The project entailed distributing 100 HUMAN shirts to people who are experiencing homelessness throughout Sacramento, California. The purpose of this project was to remind people with homes that people without homes are still human beings who still have the same basic human needs as everyone else. Losing one's home does not change the fact that people still need shelter, food, water, a place to go to the bathroom, dignity, and love. A special thank you to S+B James Construction for their generous contribution toward this project.
Friendship Park, Sacramento
Our next quarterly homeless breakfast will be at Friendship Park, located at 1200 N C Street. Write to Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to help.
Friendship Park, Sacramento
Two Rivers Cider, Sacramento
Join us at Two Rivers Cider on Attawa Ave. for a supply drive and fundraiser supporting our 2nd Annual Summer Homeless Care Package Project. More details will become available as we near the event. Write to Jessica at email@example.com if your local business would like to donate raffle prizes.
Two Rivers Cider, Sacramento
Save the date for our 2nd Annual Summer Homeless Care Package Project assembly. More details will be provided as the date nears. Write to Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org if your local business would like to be a sponsor or provide space for this event.
Humanitarian Action Network (HAN) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to Do Better by providing direct supportive services and human connection to unsheltered homeless people throughout Sacramento. Meeting people where they are on the streets sets us apart from other organizations that support the homeless. We feel this is an important difference because many unsheltered people do not have the ability to travel due to mental or physical limitations, lack of funds for public transportation, or for fear of leaving their belongings behind for the day.
The unsheltered homeless people that we meet and provide support for are most commonly:
Whether you help Humanitarian Action Network through tax-deductible cash donations, donations of supplies, volunteering your time or services, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't change lives and accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
Please consider making a recurring or one-time tax-deductible donation to help fund our mission to help those in need. You may also send checks made payable to Humanitarian Action Network, to P.O. Box 246835, Sacramento, CA 95824. Thank you.