Stewart McCoy
Stewart McCoy Campaign leader

Eye-opening read on what it's like to live in poverty and why it's impossible to get out of it.

Why I Make Terrible Decisions, or, poverty thoughts

KillerMartinis
There's no way to structure this coherently. They are random observations that might help explain the mental processes. But often, I think that we look at the academic problems of poverty and have no idea of the why. We know the what and the how, and we can see systemic problems, but it's rare to have a poor person actually explain it on their own…Read More

All are Welcome: Mini-interviews

We asked a number of people within The Gubbio Project the same four questions. People, housed or unhoused, come into St. Boniface for wide range of reasons, whether that be for rest, for community, for worship, to use the bathroom etc. From these answers one can…Read More

Stewart McCoy
Stewart McCoy Campaign leader

From 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. on weekdays, homeless people can find rest at St. Boniface Church in San Francisco. The Gubbio Project provides a…Read More

provide a safe place to sleep for San Francisco's homeless
Stewart McCoy
Stewart McCoy Campaign leader

From the May 2013 newsletter of The Gubbio Project:

"Over the long weekend I saw a news article about a homeless man who died on the sidewalk around noon on May 10th at the corner of Market and 3rd. The article made clear that while crowds passed by this man who obviously needed medical…Read More