We recently teamed up with the dedicated crew from At The Crossroads to produce a short piece for their ‘Building Home’ campaign.
‘At The Crossroads reaches out to homeless youth and young adults at their point of need, and works with them to build healthy and fulfilling lives. By bringing our services directly onto the streets, we cultivate long-term, unconditional relationships with young people who would otherwise be disconnected from consistent support.
Through our work, we empower our youth to accomplish their individual goals, build community, pursue their passions, and find their own paths to happiness and stability. We believe that there are no limits to what our clients can achieve, and that every homeless youth deserves the chance to build an outstanding life.’
ATC is currently raising funds for their ‘Building Home’ campaign. Pleae visit this link and consider donating to a critical cause:
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At The Crossroads has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create a new home for our clients, staff, and community for decades to come.
We are raising $3.5 million to build our new office, expand our programs, and work with more homeless youth than ever before.
By supporting our campaign, you’re investing in our youth, our organization, and in San Francisco.
In 2015, we learned that we were losing the lease on our space in the Mission—ATC’s home since 1998—due to the sale of the building. While the news was upsetting at first, the upheaval created an opportunity to strengthen our organization.
Soon after, we joined San Francisco’s Nonprofit Displacement Mitigation Program. In a competitive process that included over 20 interested nonprofits, the city chose to award ATC with the office space at 167 Jessie Street in the heart of downtown San Francisco!
Our new office will enable us to significantly expand our outreach and counseling programs to help our clients build healthier, happier lives. With our Building Home capital and growth campaign, ATC will dramatically strengthen our ability to provide a sense of home for San Francisco’s most disconnected homeless youth and young adults.