Makeshift Traveler Journey

Delivering Makeshift Travelers to Los Angeles Department of Mental Health & Santa Clara Veterans Service Office

Today was an exciting day making two big deliveries to serve homeless veterans in California. Driving from San Francisco, our first delivery was of 40 Makeshift Travelers to the Santa Clara Veterans Service Office. After a lengthy drive, we then delivered 125 Makeshift Travelers to the Veteran Peer Access Network at the Los Angeles County …

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Visiting The Carey School in San Mateo + Hygiene Kits!

This afternoon I visited The Carey School in San Mateo, California where I met with students to discuss homelessness, housing, and product development. I am extremely appreciative of Teacher Mr. Glenn Hauser for his continue support of The HomeMore Project. His class put together nearly 100 Hygiene Kits which will be included in our Makeshift …

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New Grant Awards: CPPS Heritage Mission Fund & Healthcare Advocates International

We are extremely excited to announce two new grant awards which will help serve individuals experiencing homelessness in California with our Makeshift Traveler. The first grant award is from the CPPS Heritage Mission Fund for $5,000 which will help us distribute a Makeshift Traveler to 50 individuals experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles in late July, …

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Delivering 20 Makeshift Travelers in Chico, California!

Thanks to the Lundberg Family Foundation of the North Valley Community Foundation in Butte County, we were able to deliver 20 Makeshift Travelers to the homeless community in Chico, California. We began the day doing a needs assessment outreach walk and drive throughout Chico, understanding the community layout and needs. After completing the needs assessment, …

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Delivering 50 Makeshift Travelers at Dignity Day in Vallejo, CA!

Thanks to the Margaret Beelard Community Foundation, we were able to work with Dr. Michael Hester and attend the bi-annual Dignity Day event in Vallejo, California. It was an extremely exciting event where we distributed our Makeshift Traveler to 50 individuals experiencing homelessness in Vallejo! The event began at 10:00am, and all 50 of our …

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New Grant Awards: Leo Buscaglia Foundation & DAV Charitable Service Trust

The HomeMore Project is incredibly grateful for two recent grant awards which will help us continue to grow our Makeshift Traveler program. We would like to extend a huge thank you to the Leo Buscaglia Foundation, awarding $2,500 to support 25 Makeshift Travelers in the Palos Verdes region of Southern California. This will be new …

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