A Brief Personal History of Organizing Unhoused People in Sacramento
Follow Sacramento Loaves & Fishes former Executive Director, Tim Brown, as he shares his organizing history for homeless advocacy in Sacramento. This is a multi-part story share.Read More
Stark Contrast – Which city is better served by its columnist?
I am so saddened by the lack of compassion in Marcos Breton’s Sunday column: The price downtown Sacramento is paying for Mayor Steinberg’s homeless crusade Contrast it with Steve Lopez’s column in the Los Angeles Times a day later: A true L.A. hero: For people dying on L.A. streets, he offers help, and he won’t take no…Read More
Hope for Homeless in Sacramento?
At 6:00 pm on January 31st, 2017, the Sacramento City Council and County Board of Supervisors met in a joint meeting in downtown Sacramento. This was the first time that these two groups had come together in over 20 years; the issue that finally brought them together: homelessness. Over 400 concerned citizens attended the meeting, approximately 100…Read More
Children sleeping outside: we need shelter.
Call your supervisors today. Tell them that no child should sleep outside. District 1: Phil Serna: (916) 874-5485 District 2: Patrick Kennedy: (916) 874-5481 District 3: Susan Peters: (916) 874-5471 District 4: Roberta MacGlashan: (916) 874-5491 District 5: Don Nottoli: (916) 874-5465 Mustard Seed School at Loaves & Fishes is an emergency school for homeless children ranging in age from…Read More