Q: What is Berkeley Food & Housing Project's Mission? ↓
BFHP’s mission is to ease and end the crisis of homelessness in our communities.
Q: How many people does BFHP serve? ↓
In Fiscal Year 19-20 BFHP served nearly 3,000 people.
Q: How does someone experiencing homelessness access services? ↓
Dial 2-1-1 for individuals and families. For homeless veterans and their families, call the hotline for your area: 1-888-479-1926 (Alameda County), 1-855-862-1804 (Contra Costa, & Solano Counties), 1-833-255-4899 (Sacramento, San Joaquin, & Amador Counties)
Q: What is BFHP's response to COVID-19? ↓
See our response here, where we update regularly based on the changing situation.
Q: How is BFHP funded? ↓
BFHP’s work is supported by a combination of funding streams. Approximately 89% of our revenue comes from government agencies, 9% from a combination of individual giving, private foundations and corporate charitable contributions, and 2% from program fees. For more information, visit our Finance page.
Q: How can I help? ↓
Make a financial donation here or send a check to Berkeley Food & Housing Project at 3225 Adeline St., Berkeley, CA 94703. Donate needed items from our wish list. Check out other ways to give here.
Q: Can I deduct a donation for my taxes? ↓
Yes! BFHP is a 510(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our tax ID number is 94-2979073, and you may request an acknowledgment letter when you make your donation.