Urban Angels SF is a 501(c ) (3) charity that is seeking to eliminate homelessness in San Francisco by sustaining the men and women living on the streets with clothing, warm meals and bottled water and by helping them take advantage of available services and programs to shift to more desirable lifestyles.
Our goal is to eliminate homelessness in San Francisco.
Our success depends on your donations of money as well as of clothing.
Volunteers to help in the office or on the streets are also welcome.
Our volunteers take clothing, food and water directly to street dwellers of San Francisco.
You can contribute in two ways; donate clothing or money.
Clothing: The following items are always in high demand; Blankets & Warm Jackets, Socks / Underwear, Shoes (in good shape), Waterproof clothing & ponchos, Gallon size Ziploc bag with toothpaste, toothbrushes, chocolate, mittens, knit hats, scarves, energy bars, little flashlights etc. See drop off locations below or call for pick up.
Money: You can also donate money which we use to buy hot burritos at $5 each which we deliver to hungry people.
To Donate by Credit Card click on the Donate Now Button below.
To Donate by check, Make checks payable to “Social Good Fund”
and in the memo put “For Urban Angels SF” and Mail it to:
5228 Diamond Heights Blvd,
San Francisco, CA 94131
On my second outing with John, we ran into another group of volunteers who where handing out pizza and water. It was almost a party atmosphere; so touching to be a part of this.
This was my first outing with John who was so happy handing out food and a good word that he insisted on paying for all 25 burritos and then paid for all 25 burritos the following week.
Thank you John!
Delivering burritos with Elizabeth and Brad.
Another visit to Martin De Porres on a sunny Saturday morning. Everyones spirits were high as they picked out shirts, pants, underwear and socks.
These folks are amazing; such survivors and down to earth but also nice, humorous and grateful.
The rain keeps coming but it feels blue skies will be coming soon. No soon enough for these folks who have endured the wettest winter on record.
Parked on Jones at Turk to go to the theater, and had time to hand out lots of clothes to some really wonderful and grateful people.
It has been wet and cold for almost two months. It has been really hard for people living on the streets who are getting weaker and starting to despair.
It has been raining for weeks and everyone is determined to hang on. The warm burritos went quickly as did the warm clothing. We wished we had more of both to hand out.
Our hearts went out to these wonderful people who somehow surviving on the streets after nearly six weeks of continuous rain.
Mikiko and I drove around the South of Market region where we found many people camping out on the streets who were very happy to get a warm burrito for dinner. We also handed out clothing.
Everyone was in a good mood and grateful to have a warm burrito for dinner. We also handed out several articles of clothing.
What great spirits; it is cold and wet and one of the best places to be is under the noisy freeway. As you can see, these two gentlemen were overjoyed at having hot burritos delivered to their open hands.
Today, January 13, under the full moon, I picked up 10 hot chicken and rice burritos from Yakinku because Marilyn is providing them at half price. Ed Suacci already donated $100 to cover the first 20 burritos
Sharing at Bill Graham during the storm.
3rd foray with Dick on Christmas night at the Bill Graham Auditorium. We gave out 14 hygiene bags, couple dozen blankets and several sweaters.
The second outing I went down to under the freeway on Duboce Street and then up the side alley next to Rainbow Grocery. There we handed out 12 mylar blankets, several large blankets, socks jackets scarves knit caps and four hot burritos.
Call to action and meeting Matt and Crisscross.
One of the early donators of several arm loads of warm women’s clothes
Passed away and left $100 for the burrito fund
$300 donation to cover the cost of 60 hot burritos from Choice Yakinku. Thanks dude!
$200 (40 burritos)
The first to donate several large bags of clothes
24 pairs of socks and 50 emergency blankets
Tons of clothes and blankets
14 gallon sized "goodie bags”
Founder of Clothing+ Drive and mind organizer of fundraising and delivering of clothing and burritos to those we support in San Francisco.
Nelson has been on virtually every trip to the streets of San Francisco and delivered lots of clothing and hundred of burritos to the people he meets.
Dozens of warm burritos
Donating clothes and accompanying me to the streets twice to hand out food and clothes to the people there
Handing out burritos in San Francisco