Wells Fargo Foundation Grant for Overnight Shelters
Project Color: Painting for Charity Giveaway
Interview with the Foodoodler
BFHP awarded Greenpoint Rating for Environmentally Friendly Facilities
Fall newsletter published!
Theater for All: Shakespeare Comes to Berkeley Food & Housing Project: 21 February 2014
BFHP Awarded Soup Kitchen of the Year by Alameda County Community Food Bank – February, 2014
Client Success Event
Volunteer Appreciation Event
BFHP’s 45th Anniversary
BFHP’s Eighth Annual Client Success Event – Late October / Early November 2016
BFHP’s Housing Hub described in Berkeleyside, 6/29/2016
Major Donor Breakfast — Coming up!
Thank you California Shakespeare Theater
OpEd in Berkeleyside from BFHP’s Executive Director – 1/5/2017
BFHP’s FY2015-16 Annual Report
‘System change’ as Berkeley works to focus homeless money on housing — Berkeleyside article — 3/30/2017
THANK YOU to all our Volunteers
BFHP staff recognized by City of Berkeley May 10, 2017
Significant progress regarding our plans for a new building in downtown Berkeley, June 15, 2017
Upcoming Event: Fourth Street Fashion Show ~ A Benefit for Berkeley Food & Housing Project September 23, 2017
BFHP Featured by the VA as “A Partner Success Story in Ending Veteran Homelessness”
Haircuts with Heart visits our Men’s Shelter
Project Peace East Bay Day of Service
Fall Newsletter Announces Roads Home Expansion
Formerly homeless Air Force veteran vows to ‘leave no one behind’
Roads Home Sacramento Grand Opening
Aquatic Residences & BFHP team up to help Berkeley’s homeless!
Project Peace Day of Service June 2018
Vote for Roads Home in Sacramento
Chevron Shows Up for Corporate Volunteer Week
Have You Heard of #GivingTuesday? Have your gift matched on 11/27/18!
Read our latest newsletter for an in-depth look at street outreach
‘I’ve lived the life’: Former homeless vets help others through Berkeley Food and Housing Project
Not Everyone Can Go Home for the Holidays
Berkeley approves two affordable housing projects in record time under new state law, SB 35
A Veteran’s Journey from Homeless to Housed
Berkeley Food & Housing Project Announces Expansion of Services in Solano and Contra Costa Counties
Project Peace East Bay Day of Service – March 2019
...one of the major upsides to having an independent public health agency is Berkeley’s ability to tailor its mandates to the unique needs of the community — which consists of a university with a large international population, as well as more than 1,000 unhoused individuals — the second-highest number of homeless individuals in the county after Oakland."