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Homeless Prenatal Program
Holiday Diaper Drive
The need for diapers has more than doubled since the COVID crisis. Homeless families, under-housed families and families at risk of homelessness have become particularly vulnerable during the worldwide pandemic and still need our help. Last year, we donated approximately 200 packs of diapers & wipes to the Jelani House. This year, our goal is to double that number. Will you help us? You can make a contribution to help us purchase items that will be donated or you can donate packs* of diapers and wipes at select drop-off locations in San Francisco.
*Will will accept opened and unopened packs of diapers. Thank you!
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Your generous donations will provide diapering supplies to families in need this holiday season. Not sure how much to donate?
$25: 1 - week supply of diapers and wipes
$100: 1 - month supply of diapers and wipes
$600: 6 - month supply of diapers and wipes
IN PERSON DROP OFF DATES AND LOCATIONS
It’s Yoga Kids Classes: Location TBD
Sunday, November 19th
Sprout San Francisco: 1828 Union St., San Francisco, CA 94123
Nov 17th - Dec 16th; Mon - Wed 10am-5pm; Th - Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 12-5pm
Natural Resources SF: 1051 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA
Nov 17th - Dec 16th; Mon - Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 12pm - 5pm
(Diapers available for purchase onsite at Natural Resources)
Golden Gate Doula Associates: 2192 3rd St. San Francisco, CA 94107
Nov 17th - Dec16th; Mon - Fri 10am - 3pm
ABOUT THE HOMELESS PRENATAL PROGRAM & JELANI HOUSE:
Homeless Prenatal Program seeks to break the cycle of family homelessness and poverty by addressing an unmet public health need – prenatal care for women who are pregnant and homeless.
HPP is a nationally-recognized family resource center in San Francisco that empowers homeless and low-income families, particularly mothers motivated by pregnancy and parenthood, to find within themselves the strength and confidence they need to transform their lives. A small passionate organization, founded by Martha Ryan in 1989, went from serving 72 women the first year to 30 years later, helping 3,500 families in the Bay Area. Today, they have evolved into a comprehensive Family Resource Center, providing a full-range of services to young families and homeless women, with the belief that pregnancy is often a window of opportunity for families to work toward health, stability, and self-sufficiency.
After a multi-year planning process, The Jelani House, located in the Bayview District, is now finally open. Jelani House is a transitional housing shelter for pregnant women and postpartum women, providing 24-hour support, as well as assistance with permanent housing.