Donate

Individual giving is vitally important to Skid Row Housing Trust’s continued work. Not only does individual giving demonstrate the community’s support of our work, but also it provides unrestricted revenue that we can use to flexibly respond to the needs of our residents. Whether through a one-time or recurring gift, a corporate matching program, or long-term planned gift, Skid Row Housing Trust is eager to work with individuals who want to invest in evidence-based solutions to homelessness.

If you have any questions, contact Jet Doye, Vice President of Fund Development and Advancement at email hidden; JavaScript is required

Double Your Donation!

What is even better than donating? Having your company match your gift! In less than ten seconds (we timed it) you can find out if you can make an even greater impact on our neighbors exiting homelessness. Click here to see how your company will match your gift! (And if they do not currently match, you can always ask your Human Resources about adding a matching gifts opportunity.)

Become a Building Benefactor

The Trust’s Building Benefactors program is a select annual sponsorship and volunteer opportunity for individuals and organizations that believe everyone deserves a safe home in a healthy community. Learn more about becoming a Benefactor.

In-kind Donations

While are limited in what we can accept, we are happy to hear from you and see if your donations would be a great support to our residents. If you would like to donate items please contact our Volunteer Engagement Coordinator, at email hidden; JavaScript is required

Amazon Smile

Want to support Skid Row Housing Trust while shopping on Amazon? Go to http://smile.amazon.com/ch/95-4205316 instead of the regular amazon.com site! Amazon donates .5% of eligible purchases.

Skid Row Housing Trust will not sell or share a donor’s personal information with anyone else, nor send donor mailings on behalf of other organizations.

Snow, a resident of a Trust building in Skid Row, holds a photo of her traveling before she got cancer.

“After I got cancer, I lost my job…I slept on steps, and in the back of someone’s car…When I moved in here I though, I’m in heaven. Out there is hell, here I’m in heaven. I have a bed to sleep on now. I am so thankful.” ~Snow

And we are so thankful to have Snow as a wonderful resident and thankful for donors who help people like Snow stay stably housed with support services.