WHAT IS STEP-FORWARD?
Step-Forward is your opportunity to help the Streets of Hope serve the homeless community in a deeper way, even from the comfort of your home. See our Step Forward FAQs below for more info.
Sign Up for Step-Forward
After you sign-up you'll receive the Zoom link and more details.
Click a next to a FAQ to learn more
What type of volunteers skills are needed?
All different types of vlunteer skills are needed! Such as:
- Admin skills
- Marketing Team
- Kids Events
- Hair Cutting
- Food Distribution
- Graphic Designers
- Grant Writing/Finance
- Special Service Skills
- And more!
What if I want to learn a new skill to help?
Let us train you on a skill! Do you want to learn how to post to Facebook on a business page, or update our WordPress website, edit video or more? Then we will train you how!
Do I have to come to Monday nights every week?
No, many of the Step-Forward jobs are behind-the-scenes work and allow you to help when you can. You can even help from the comfort of your home.
Do any of the Step-Forward volunteer jobs pay?
No, none of the Step-Forward jobs are paying jobs; however, a couple of them allow for gas reimbursement.
How do I install Zoom to join the meeting?
Zoom is the leading online meeting software. It's safe and free to install. Once you sign-up you'll receive a link to join the Zoom meeting on your chosen date. If you don't already have Zoom on your phone/PC then it will guide you thru the easy installation steps before the meeting. We recommend trying to sign-in to the meeting 20 minutes before it begins to ensure you have time to install it.
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Amazing Stories of Serving San Diego's Homeless
SDSU BRC Students Celebrate and Serve
SDSU Black Resource Center Volunteers Brandon Gamble hit the ground running (and the streets of San Diego) in his second year as Director, Black Resource Center, SDSU. The year began with his group’s participation in the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade (01.15.23) on which he commented: “If we’re going to do a parade, … Continue reading →
SDSU BRC Students Celebrate and Serve with Streets of Hope, San Diego
” This was a really cool night and a great opportunity to come out and help people in need when they need it. There were so many people who were grateful even for just a little thing.” First time volunteer, Xavier, came to Streets of Hope Monday night with other students from the Black Resource … Continue reading →
Streets of Hope San Diego Celebrates Christmas with Homeless Neighbors
Christmas came early this year! This Monday night, Streets of Hope had the privilege of serving over 250 Hot meals and blankets to San Diego’s homeless neighbors. Thanks to the Flood Church, many also received Christmas gifts of warm sox, water bottles, extra blankets, and protein bars, all wrapped in red and green tissue paper … Continue reading →
Past Homeless Special Events
Streets of Hope Kids – Surf Lessons at the Beach
The Streets of Hope – San Diego is excited to announce 2022 Special Homeless/Low-Income Kids Free Surf Lessons event with our partner organization For Our Neighborhood! Also, we encourage you to bring your own kids to this fun event. Come to Beach and Help the Kids – Be sure to Digitally Sign Our Online Waiver … Continue reading →
Streets of Hope Kids Christmas Event 2021
The Streets of Hope – San Diego is excited to announce our 2021 Special Homeless/Low-Income Kids Christmas Party San Diego event! Each child is receiving a gift that they had on their wish list! If you would like to come, then please simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get an accurate volunteer … Continue reading →
2021 Thanksgiving Feed the Homeless San Diego Event Downtown
The Streets of Hope – San Diego is excited to announce our 2021 Thanksgiving homeless San Diego special event! Monday before Thanksgiving come serve San Diego’s Homeless It’s hard to come serve the homeless on the actual day of Thanksgiving – we know, you’ve been blessed to be with your immediate family. So come join … Continue reading →