Community and Friends

“It takes a Pueblo”

We are proud to work in partnership with many civil and faith-based groups, social services dedicated to the help and support of homeless individuals, and other friends in Tucson’s generous and open-hearted community.

  • Catholic Diocese of Tucson
  • Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona
  • CARIDAD Community Kitchen
  • Veterans First
  • Grace St. Paul Episcopal Church
  • Congregation Or Chadash
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • Pima County Library Book Bike
  • Temple Emanuel
  • Franciscan Ministries
  • Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW)
  • Tucson-Pima Collaboration to End Homelessness (TPCH) – Emergency Solutions
  • Center for Spiritual Living
  • Community
    Community members offer their professional services free to our guests.

    Community5 Points Market and Restaurant generously donate dozens of hard-boiled eggs twice a week for our breakfast offerings, ice daily for cold drinks, and community dinners to the Winter Night program. It’s also a great place for breakfast and lunch!

    SalpointeSalpointe High School seniors working on their senior community service project.

    CARIDAD CARIDAD Community Kitchens provides sack lunches and dinner for the winter program 5 days a week.

    VolunteersVolunteers donate over 600 hours each month to the Daytime Program.