- Cover Story – From Street Homeless to Housed: Nikki’s Story
- Still We Rise: GLIDE Comes Together in Celebration
- GLIDE’s Center for Social Justice Drives Bold Systemic Change
In a letter to the community, President & CEO Karen Hanrahan shares GLIDE’s bold plans to innovate and expand its reach.
For mothers like Landy, having the support of GLIDE’s Family, Youth and Childcare Center made a world of difference for her and her three daughters as they navigated the hardships of COVID-19.
Rising homelessness and inequities in San Francisco are alarming by any measurement. GLIDE’s new Integrated Mobile Services initiative will reach beyond the Tenderloin to more communities as the need increases citywide.
“I tell people, it’s like we’re Hamilton, and these are our Federalist Papers that we’re writing, and this is our first government. Who are we at our heart and at our core?”
It’s a triple win – Fresh food in compostable containers, with a dash of intergenerational education. Read about GLIDE’s Zero Waste Food Pantry.
Amidst the challenges of an ongoing pandemic, GLIDE continues to expand and evolve – Read the highlights of our innovative, life-changing work in the latest Impact Report.
After losing her job during COVID-19, and then being evicted from her apartment, Nikki found herself living on the streets of San Francisco.
Back in the spring of 2021, San Franciscans were lining up in droves across the city to get their shot of the highly anticipated COVID-19 vaccine.
Thanks to the advocacy of GLIDE’s Center for Social Justice, Deysi’s 6-year-old son Derek now receives free breakfast and lunch daily through California’s landmark Universal School Meals Program.
The 2021 GLIDE Annual Holiday Jam: Still We Rise brought community and live music together for the first time in two years, raising more than $1,200,00 in support of GLIDE’s transformative programs and services.
“There are a lot of misconceptions about Harm Reduction. I think that if people really knew about what our services and supplies are, they can see that it’s quite the opposite of the stereotype of ‘enabling.’”
– Ali, syringe access coordinator
After a two-year hiatus, GLIDE’s Center for Social Justice will lead its next immersive pilgrimage to Alabama to learn the history of racism and the systems that perpetuate it.