About Us

To effect meaningful change we have assembled a vibrant and diverse coalition of San Francisco leaders willing to collaborate to identify available parcels for deployment, secure public funds to implement this program, and the even greater challenge of educating and inspiring San Franciscans to welcome our unhoused neighbors into our communities.

Our Mission

To unify our community voices into action that leads to the creation of 2,000 modular temporary housing units throughout all of San Francisco’s neighborhoods.

Our Vision

A San Francisco where our unhoused neighbors have the shelter and support to transition to permanent solutions for their unmet needs.

Our Values


We have compassion for people who don’t have access to the right housing and resources to meet their needs.

Action & Accountability

We can no longer stand by and do nothing. Government and the nonprofit community simply cannot achieve this alone and it will take a movement of the public to bring about and demand tangible change. We want to take bold steps and implement solutions.


This problem is a problem for all of us. We believe in working together toward solutions rather than pointing fingers and casting blame.

Our Advisory Board

  • Lateefah Simon
  • Fred Blackwell, San Francisco Foundation
  • Tomiquia Moss, All Home
  • Beth Stokes, Episcopal Community Services
  • Rudy Gonzalez, San Francisco Building & Construction Trades
  • Vitka Eisen, HealthRight 360
  • Carol Galante, The Turner Center, UC Berkeley
  • Chris Larsen, CEO, Rippleworks
  • Daniel Lurie, Board of Directors, Tipping Point
  • Karen Hanrahan, Glide
  • Michael Pappas, SF Interfaith Council
  • William Rogers, Goodwill
  • Jamie Bruning-Miles, CEO, YMCA of San Francisco
  • Dan Kingsley, SKS
  • Gail Gilman, All Home
  • Tracy McCray, President, San Francisco Police Officers Association
  • Joe D’Alessandro, SF Travel
  • Cassandra Costello, SF Travel
  • Alex Bastian, Hotel Council
  • Maryo Mogannam, Council of District Merchants
  • Gabriel Baldinucci, Urban Vision Alliance
  • Theo Ellington, Salvation Army
  • Rudy Corpuz, United Playaz
  • Lena Miller, Urban Alchemy
  • Robbie Silver, Downtown CBD
  • Rebecca Jackson, Cameo House
  • Shon Buford, Firefighters Local 798
  • Anni Chung, Self Help for the Elderly
  • Margi English, former ED, St. Vincent dePaul
  • Mera Granberg Paul
  • Matt Gonzalez, Public Defender’s Office
  • Mark Nagel, Rescue SF
  • Lori Brooke, Rescue SF
  • Wade Rose, Advance SF
  • Chris Wright, Advance SF
  • Jim Wunderman, Bay Area Council
  • Kathy Curran, Healing Well SF
  • Miriam Zouzounos, Arab Grocers Association
  • Sherilyn Adams, Larkin Street Youth
  • Maurilio Leon, TNDC
  • Judith Klain, Former Executive Director, Project Homeless Connect
  • Sunny Schwartz, Five Keys
  • Miriam Benford, Board of Directors, United Council of Human Services
  • Warren Browner, CEO, California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC)
  • Carolina Morales, Violence Prevention & Strategic Engagement Director, DA Boudin

Advisory Board Testimonials

About the Solution

Only once people are safely off the streets with a shelter of their own can they get the additional assistance they need. Permanent housing is far less likely without temporary housing, so the crisis and number of people without homes grow. Temporary modular housing is faster and cheaper to build. We need community support to find locations and generate momentum.


LifeMoves-Redwood City, California

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Engage with Us

Get involved and become a necessary part of the solution. Help us build and expand the movement.

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Suggest a Location

Help us identify a potential temporary modular housing site, minimally an acre in size, about 3/4 the length of a football field.

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Host a Community Conversation

Help grow the movement by gathering with your friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors to learn more and get involved.

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