July Tzedakah Box Supports Abode Services | Congregation Beth Am

July Tzedakah Box Supports Abode Services

Ending Homelessness By Putting Housing First

Our July Tzedakah Box donations will support Abode Services, a local non-profit that is committed to ending homelessness in five Bay Area counties, including Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. Abode Services uses a Housing First model to help individuals and families get into stable, permanent housing so that they can then receive help in other essential areas such as behavioral health, employment, mental health and addiction counseling, and other wrap-around services. Abode partners with landlords to offer subsidized rentals and to address any problems that may occur, and they also partner with non-profits to provide other services, including financial counseling. Clients save money throughout their time in shelters so that they have some money saved up when they move into permanent housing.
 
Since 2010, Abode Services has placed 6,248 individuals into permanent housing, making a real impact on ending homelessness in our community. Your generous donations will help Abode serve more clients, helping some of the most vulnerable members of our community change their lives for the better – and for good. 

Learn more about Abode Services.

To make an online donation, visit the Beth Am donation page and click on "Tzedakah Box" from the list of funds. Or, your donations may be placed in any of the tzedakah boxes on the Beth Am campus (in the Sanctuary foyer, Beit Kehillah or Administrative Office). If you prefer to make your donation by check, please make it payable to Congregation Beth Am and mail to: Congregation Beth Am, Attn: Tzedakah Box – Abode Services, 26790 Arastradero Road, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022. Thank you for your support.

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