The Homeless Prenatal Program is honored to premiere the video Re:Birth, by Marcia Jarmel of PatchWorks Films.
Re:Birth reframes the story of women living and raising their children in poverty from a narrative of grim statistics and helplessness to one of resilience…
Starr was living out of her truck with her daughter when she came to HPP. They spent a lot of time outdoors playing to make their hardship seems like an adventure.
“We have families that have zero food. Every family that comes in is poor.” (Donation Manager Sharon Bechtol) Thank you to The Potrero View for highlighting the important role of the San Francisco – Marin Food Bank. Read all about the SF – Marin Food Bank and HPP’s Friday morning food distribution program in The Potrero View…
as of May 3, 2016 Laser Anonymous Fluorescent The Conway Family Foundation Barry & Marie Lipman Jimmy Zhu & Family Luminescent Toni & Don Miller The O’Shea Foundation Gretchen Sisson & Andrew McCollum Spectrum Betsy Bliss & Dave Olson Robert Carrigan Ralph &…
“HPP is for families of all kinds,” says HPP’s Eli in the new short film “Strengthening Families” in Let’s Get Street Smart (Micro-Documentaries). Eli represents one of the many different types of families HPP helps every year.
As a single dad, Eli found HPP at a time in his life when he needed support.
HPP was invited to join the nation’s first subsidized diaper program for low-income families. San Francisco now distributes free diapers through a network of family resource centers…
Homeless Prenatal Program’s 4th Annual Luncheon at the Fairmont was a success! At the luncheon, two anonymous donors announced a Matching Grant Challenge to raise funds for Community Health Workers (CHWs).
HPP is excited to share that a Challenge Grant of $50,000 has been offered as a part of our Annual Luncheon! Two anonymous donors have come forth to generously pledge to match donations to HPP’s Community Health Worker (CHW) Training Program from now through the end of October!
Please join us on Saturday, February 27th, 2016 at 8pm for An Evening of Community & Celebration at the historic 1600-seat Nourse Auditorium!
“A talented, charismatic player who is almost single-handedly reviving interest in the violin as a jazz instrument.”
The Los Angeles Times
KALW profiles a local HPP doula: “It’s just disappointing that a lot of low-income families don’t know about doulas and midwives.”