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Socks with a purpose. Galleria Park Hotel has partnered up with Project Homeless Connect, and for every pair of socks purchased by hotel guests from the in-room honor bar, Galleria Park Hotel donates a pair to Project Homeless Connect. In 2004, the San Francisco Department of Public Health and then-mayor Gavin Newsom created Project Homeless Connect (PCH) as a way to bring necessary services to people experiencing homelessness in San Francisco.


PHC uses a unique approach to service delivery to meet the needs of homeless San Franciscans. In one day at a PHC event, a person experiencing homelessness can find services that would otherwise take months to secure. During each event, nonprofits, corporations, and government agencies provide participants with services through PHC. These services include dental care, eyeglasses, housing information, food, hygiene products, medical care, mental health services, legal advice, employment counseling/job placement, wheelchair repair, and much more.


Photo + Featured Photo Courtesy of Project Homeless Connect

In 2012, PHC launched Every Day Connect, a daily in-office program that builds on the success of their large-scale service events. Every Day Connect works to connect people experiencing homelessness with medical and social services and resources on a daily basis.


Photo Courtesy of Project Homeless Connect

By leveraging the power of thousands of Bay Area volunteers and hundreds of local nonprofits and government agencies, PHC truly represents a community response to a community problem.


Photo Courtesy of Project Homeless Connect