This simple but powerful quote by Maya Angelou was the catalyst that led to the formation of Humanitarian Action Network in 2018.
According to the latest study published in June 2019 by Sacramento Steps Forward, 5,570 people are currently experiencing homelessness in Sacramento. Of those, 3,900, or 70%, are living outside in the elements, along rivers and underneath freeway overpasses. While we wish we could help everyone, Humanitarian Action Network directs its limited resources to the most marginalized, the most vulnerable, the unsheltered.
But Humanitarian Action Network does more than provide immediate and direct support to people in crisis in the community. We are simultaneously driven to change hearts and minds about homelessness, and we have several projects, activities and events in place to foster this important paradigm shift. We believe that raising awareness about homelessness and fostering empathy and humanity are powerful tools we can use to change the trajectory of how our cities, states, and nation will address homelessness moving forward. Homelessness does not have to exist.
It takes a network of caring hearts to make an important and meaningful difference in the lives of people experiencing homelessness. Please 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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Launched August 2020, as part of our latest homelessness awareness initiative: A new series of HAN shirts made of moisture-wicking material, intended to be worn while exercising. The shirts are not for sale but are a free gift with a minimum $50 donation. Shirts are unisex and sizes range from XS – 3X. Only 100 shirts were made so sizes are limited. To get yours, click the image and provide your size and mailing address in the form.
Humanitarian Action Network's traditional T-shirts are not for sale but are a free gift with a minimum $25 donation. Shirts are preshrunk, unisex, and sizes range from XS – 3X. Sizes are limited. To get yours, click the image and provide your size and mailing address in the form.
Humanitarian Action Network (HAN) is a 100% volunteer-run, grassroots nonprofit that provides direct, street-level support to people who are experiencing homelessness throughout Sacramento.
We support all people experiencing homelessness throughout Sacramento and surrounding areas without discrimination, judgment, or expectation.
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 our fellow humanitarians.
Volunteer opportunities for this event will be offered first to those on our mailing list. Click here to join.
Details coming soon. Volunteer opportunities will be offered first to those on our mailing list. Click here to join.
Click the donate button below to make a recurring or one-time tax-deductible donation via PayPal. You may also send checks made payable to Humanitarian Action Network to P.O. Box 246835, Sacramento, CA 95824. Thank you for supporting our mission to help our community members in crisis.
Humanitarian Action Network, Inc.
P.O. Box 246835, Sacramento, CA 95824
Humanitarian Action Network, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Contributions are tax deductible in accordance with state and federal regulations.
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Help us make our birthday wish come true! We are raising funds for our new Water Project, which will allow us to provide safe drinking water in an environmentally responsible way to people experiencing homelessness throughout Sacramento. Please click the button below to donate toward this critical effort.