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Our Mission

To build communities with underserved individuals and families, where they are safely and supportively housed, free from homelessness and domestic violence.

HOMELESSNESS

HOMELESSNESS

No one should have to sleep in a car, park, or beside a freeway overpass. Since our founding, Building Futures has provided shelters for community members experiencing homelessness. As a housing first agency, our aim is to connect shelter residents to housing.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

In a devastating ripple effect, Domestic Violence affects individuals, families, and communities. Building Futures provides an array of services to help survivors heal, and to equip neighbors, workplaces, churches, and other allies to help.
HOUSING

HOUSING

A stable life begins with housing. Once housed, an individual or family can move forward, with the help of needed supports and services. Building Futures’ Housing Services include permanent supportive housing, rapid rehousing programs, housing navigation, and landlord advocacy.

MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

We count upon monetary support to keep our life-changing services strong. Your donation improves lives, families, and communities!
Want to help by donating holiday gifts, fundamental items like socks or sweats, or household supplies? Check out our wish lists.
“People Power” helps keep Building Futures’ programs and services vibrant and whole. Learn about our volunteer opportunities.

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6 hours ago

Building Futures

Did you know that 450 unsheltered people were served by our street outreach teams in San Leandro and Alameda last year?

#frontlines #COVID #endhomelessness #BuildingFutures
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Did you know that 450 unsheltered people were served by our street outreach teams in San Leandro and Alameda last year? 

#FrontLines #COVID #EndHomelessness #BuildingFutures

3 days ago

Building Futures

July is BIPOC Mental Health Month!The History behind Minority Mental Health Month, now called ##bipocmentalhealthmonth2020 : Formally recognized in June 2008 as a national awareness month, this movement was brought to the forefront of Bebe Moore Campbell was an American author, journalist, teacher, and mental health advocate who worked tirelessly to shed light on the mental health needs of the Black community and other underrepresented communities.
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July is BIPOC Mental Health Month!

2 weeks ago

Building Futures

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#PrideDay today and everyday

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Last Year’s Highlights

4,766
calls for shelter, housing and domestic violence assistance
412
homeless adults and children housed in our rapid re-housing and permanent supportive housing programs
450
people helped by our street outreach teams in Alameda and San Leandro
257
individuals received domestic violence education, counseling, intervention and safety planning
26,526
nights of shelter provided to (403 people) at Midway, San Leandro, Sister Me Home and San Leandro/Alameda Warming Shelters
49%
of the guests at our emergency shelters were children
4,202
volunteer service hours
74,904
meals were served at our five emergency shelters
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