Celebrating 25 years
Shelter Network invites you to join us in celebrating 25 years of ending homelessness through leadership, innovation, and impact.
We are pleased to announce that 2012 marks our 25th year of service to the community. Throughout the year, we will be celebrating this milestone with articles, video stories, and events that convey our gratitude and highlight our leadership, innovation, and impact on ending homelessness.
Since 1987, Shelter Network has delivered quality services for homeless families and adults on the San Francisco Peninsula. What began as a small community initiative has grown to a healthy $8 million organization with 100 staff, seven facilities, over 12,000 volunteers, and countless advocates. We continue to look for growth opportunities to meet the increased demand for services, particularly for homeless Veterans and their families.
We invite you to join us in this year-long celebration of Shelter Network’s 25th Anniversary. Share your stories and favorite memories as we build a digital archive of history. Donate to the Leadership Fund and help support the next 25 years of success. Join us at our 25th Anniversary Celebration Events throughout the year.
With the community’s support, we help more than 4,000 homeless people annually return to permanent housing and ongoing self-sufficiency. Year after year, over 90% of transitional program graduates succeed in maintaining permanent housing.
After 25 years, we pride ourselves in providing the leadership, innovation, and impact required to break the cycle of homelessness.
- Our successful outcomes and collaborative partnerships have established Shelter Network as a leader in the human services industry.
- Our innovative service methodology provides a real solution to homelessness and breaks the familial cycle of poverty.
- We deliver measurable impact for our clients and for the community at large.
I am honored to lead such an effective, model organization. Thank you for your dedicated support, and we look forward to your continued involvement in 2012.
Karae M. Lisle