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GLIDE is a nationally recognized center for social justice, dedicated to fighting systemic injustices, creating pathways out of poverty and crisis, and transforming lives. Through our integrated comprehensive services, advocacy initiatives, and inclusive community, we empower individuals, families and children to achieve stability and thrive.

GLIDE is on the forefront of addressing some of society’s most pressing issues, including poverty, housing and homelessness, and racial and social justice.

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GLIDE Voices

Our community is alive with powerful stories and testimonials

I Am GLIDE

“Yesterday was my first night sleeping on the streets. Today GLIDE lifted me up. This morning, everything fell into place. I went to the Women’s Center in the morning and now the Walk-In Center is helping me find shelter.”

Reedis

I Am GLIDE

"Glide is my life."

Crickette

“When I see those lines of people out there, many of whom might have slept in a bag for who knows how long—it’s just a little thing that we can do to help them. My parents were always really good about trying to help out and donate. That just seems like part of what I am, too.”

Giuseppe

“GLIDE is amazing. I love the diversity and the unity. This place is all about love.”

Sincere

"I’ve been coming here for two years - to both the church and recovery circles. GLIDE has taught me how to love myself and overcome negativity."

Moya

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Explore some of the ways we’re putting unconditional love into action

Aug 30, 2021

Roving Teams Expand Impact of GLIDE’s COVID Vaccine Site

It is a Thursday afternoon in mid-July, and preparations for the Tenderloin Resource Hub’s weekly COVID-19 vaccine site are well underway. Everything happens outside of GLIDE at 330 Ellis Street. The day starts with a thorough pavement washdown. Canopy tents expand. Tables and chairs are set up. Two-way radios, iPads, mobile hotspots, and laptops are

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Sep 07, 2021
Vote! Let Your Voice Be Heard

Voting is the lifeblood of our American democracy. Voting, and the ability of everyone to participate in democracy is a racial justice issue.