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EDITORIAL On Homelessness Disturbing Data Could Get Worse

The 2019 annual point-in-time count to identify the number of homeless and unsheltered individuals brought unfortunate news.  The scale and growing magnitude of the homeless crisis in California and the Bay Area cannot be ignored. California alone accounted for about 80% of national homeless population growth. California growth at 10,000+ led top ten states by a LOT (Texas was a distant second at roughly 1,400). Nationally homeless populations rose by 3% while California surged by about 40%. Please support LSS and other nonprofits committed to helping lift people out of homelessness

  • ELCA
  • LCMS
  • LSA
  • Dignity Health
    Dignity Health

    Collaborative partnership with LLS of Northern California in Housing with Dignity program, Sacramento

  • Received grant for $3,000 2017 request

  • Frank A. Campini Foundation
    Frank A. Campini Foundation
  • Lutheran Care for the Aging
    Lutheran Care for the Aging

    endowment that funds LSS Support for Seniors program in SF

  • Bernard E. and Alba Witkin Foundation

  • logo with both brands

  • for CDBG funding to renovate V Street property

  • World Centric
    World Centric

    In kind sponsor of compostable paper products to SF

  • Walter S. Johnson Foundation
    Walter S. Johnson Foundation

    grant for business planning related to youth employment program development

  • Wells Fargo
  • Anthem
  • Del E. Webb
    Del E. Webb
  • Safeway Foundation
    Safeway Foundation
  • Cal CASA
    Cal CASA
  • Kaiser Permanenete
  • Sisters of St. Joseph
  • Thrivent Financial

  • CFC
  • United Way
    United Way

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