Inreach/Outreach News – April, 2018

April Inreach/Outreach Recipients

  • April 1: LUYV: Safe Sleep. People who are homeless are often forced to let their car registration, driver’s license and car insurance lapse for lack of funds. Donations will help people in the Safe Sleep program get insurance, license and/or registration as needed. Two thirds of our Safe Sleep guests have moved on to some form of housing through participating in the program.
  • April 8: Thomas Fire Fund proceeds go directly to residents of the homes and apartment buildings destroyed by the fire and flood. All funds are dedicated to supporting long-term recovery and re-building efforts for low-income families affected by the fire and flood.
  • April 15: Humane Society of Ventura County, a private non-profit founded in 1932, not affiliated with any national animal welfare organizations. They provide animals with loving care, feeding and veterinary treatment 24/7/365. Funds are needed to care for animals displaced by The Thomas Fire.
  • April 22: Ventura Homeless Prevention proceeds go directly to residents of the homes and apartment buildings destroyed by the fire and flood. All funds are dedicated to supporting long-term recovery and re-building efforts for low-income families affected by the fire and flood.
  • April 29: SMART Recovery Your donation will go toward ensuring the group can meet weekly for a full year. Those attending the group learn to use essential self-empowerment and self-reliance tools that enable them to recover from addictive behaviors that are harmful to their health or life balance.

Your ongoing generosity toward those who ask for our help continues to be amazing.

  • February 18: Winter Warming Shelter – $848.17
  • February 25: Winter Warming Shelter – $1,017.33
  • March 4: Riverhaven Tuff Sheds – $2,052.01
  • March 11: Riverhaven Tuff Sheds – $1,250.35

Thanks so much for all your generous donations!