Can you make a commitment to help keep the doors open? The Gilroy Compassion Center is run almost entirely by volunteers. Work in the clothes closet, or at the front desk, to help homeless people find the resources they need to survive and rebuild their lives.
Gilroy Compassion Center operates a day center where homeless individuals can find many basic services under one roof. These include bathrooms, clean clothing, laundry, personal care items, telephone and message center, housing and job listings, Housing1000 registry, connections to other service providers, and respite from the streets in a warm and welcoming environment. Your contribution helps…
Help us to build a facility to provide year-round shelter with other services for those who are homeless. There is currently no year-round emergency shelter in South County to serve the hundreds of homeless families and individuals living in cars, dilapidated buildings, creekbeds and the streets.
We operate a One-Stop center for the homeless that provides basic needs services, such as…Read More
Give a voice to individuals experiencing homelessness in our community. Volunteers provide the manpower needed to canvas every area of the county and ensure the population is adequately and accurately counted.
Volunteers need to commit to a training (TBA) and 4-6 hours on the morning of January…Read More