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At SHELTER, Inc., we want to keep our supporters informed about what’s happening at the organization, as well as share photos from events and client success stories.
Antioch family hopes one day to repay kindness of strangers
Feeding Body and Mind: Mountain View shelter clients enjoy health benefits from Kaiser grant and fresh produce delivered from White Pony Express.
Walnut Creek United Methodist Church celebrates their 200th Extended Family Move-In, in partnership with SHELTER, Inc. of Contra Costa County.
Many faiths join together to serve hungry and homeless.
Shining Lights: Couple credits shelter with saving their lives
SHELTER Santa Spreads Smiles
Shelter provides a second chance to a young woman when she needed it most.
Article by Lou Fancher: The Mt. Diablo Fire and nearness to homes gives Hike for SHELTER added relevance. Hikers share why hiking for homelessness is important.
SHELTER, Inc. receives federal grant to combat veteran homelessness.
Budget cuts squeeze Martinez's emergency family shelter
At-risk veterans get help from Shelter Inc. program.
Share the Spirit: Martinez-based SHELTER, Inc. helps former foster youths find a place to call home
Revving up for charity
Family shelters focus on kids
SHELTER, Inc. ranked one of the Bay Area’s most effective nonprofits working to end homelessness
Hundreds of Hikers Take on Mount Diablo Raising $70K to End Homelessness
Volunteers in the New: Hike For The Homeless: Hundreds Turn Out For Fundraising Mount Diablo Trek
Take a Hike For The Homeless
Hike For The Homeless: How You Can Help
Foundation With Vision of Poverty-Free Bay Area Transforms Homeless Nonprofit Infrastructure
Around Alamo: Hike Mt. Diablo to fight homelessness
Nine-Year Old Runs Lafayette Reservoir; Raises More Than $9,000 for Local Non-profit
Little hearts with a lot of love Kristi's Run for SHELTER event helps the homeless
Article on First 5 Contra Costa's awarding of grant for homeless shelter services in Martinez.
Big Checks for Great Causes
Article by Lisa White on district zoning of homeless shelters