In slightly bittersweet news, startup HandUp is selling itself to the Detroit-based South Oakland Shelter. This isn't your typical Silicon Valley exit where the founders and investors made a bunch of
HandUp, a startup combating homelessness, just announced the expansion of its gift card program in San Francisco. The $25 gift cards, which HandUp launched last August, enables homeless people to re
On the heels of launching donation gift cards for the homeless, HandUp hosted a community outreach day this past Friday in San Francisco to continue to bring awareness to homelessness, as well as give
Two-and-a-half years ago, Rose Broome had a moment that most San Franciscans are all too familiar with. She passed a homeless woman on the streets, but didn't know what the best way to help her would
Homelessness in the United States is such a tremendous and multi-faceted problem that no single approach can fix it.
But that means that there can be a mix of ways to help out homeless people, from