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Our Parnters

We collaborate with these fantastic homeless advocacy organizations around the Bay Area and California.  When you donate to Love & Justice in the Streets, please consider making a matching donation to one or more of our partners as well!


"WRAP was created to expose and eliminate the root causes of civil and human rights abuses of people experiencing poverty and homelessness in our communities."  WRAP is also the 501(c)3 sponsor of Love & Justice in the streets!


"With programming in civic engagement and leadership, economic empowerment and homeless services, we help amplify underserved communities from the ground up.  We are committed to driving impact in the landscape, politics and economic climate of deep East Oakland."


"Creating autonomous encampments on public and private land in Oakland. Providing those who have been displaced thru gentrification their basic needs and rights: housing, food, provisions, healing, and dignity. "


"West Oakland Punks with Lunch is a guerilla not-for-profit Harm reduction outreach organization providing food and other necessities to people experiencing homelessness."


"Where Do We Go? Berkeley is a nonprofit organization formed in 2019 by a movement of people experiencing Berkeley CA.  We are an advocacy group but are also engaged in... outreach and material support. "

"It is the mission of the Homeless Advocacy Working Group to assist in improving the conditions of human beings living on the street, in vehicles, in the open, and in unsafe shelters.  HAWG insists, unconditionally, that "Housing is a Human Right" and demands that all persons have a right to dwell and to be housed, irrespective of shelter situation, economic ability, race, age, gender, disability, or other marginalized status, and must be treated always with courtesy, dignity, and respect."

Our Funders

While the majority of our funds are raised via individual donors, we have been honored to recieve support from the following foundations and grantmaking organizations.  These funders ensure that we have the means to procure critical outreach and survival items at all times of the year.  


"In 1971, war tax resisters in the San Francisco Bay Area formed the People’s Life Fund (PLF). Every year PLF members put out a call for proposals and select local projects that are doing the work we wish our taxes were supporting."


"Blue Heart elevates the stories and funds the solutions of grassroots communities addressing today’s most entrenched social challenges. The people who have been pushed to the margins of society know best what needs to be transformed, and solutions that work on the ground."

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"The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence® are a leading-edge Order of queer and trans nuns. The Sisters tend to support under-funded, small organizations and projects providing direct services to under-served communities." 


"EBCF was one of the nation’s first community foundations... We partner with donors, fund advisors, social movements, and the wider community to eliminate structural barriers, advance racial equity, and transform political, social, and economic outcomes for all East Bay residents."

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