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SF teen volunteer raises money for GLIDE with cookbook

Something’s Cooking!

Ali, a San Francisco teen and GLIDE volunteer, found a creative way to support her community during shelter-in-place from her kitchen, by publishing a cookbook of recipes from her fellow creative teens and donating the proceeds to support GLIDE’s programs to those in need.

The time for radical inclusivity is now

Amid the ongoing pandemic, the most profound social upheaval since the 1960s, we reflect on the origins of the LGBTQ liberation movement and GLIDE’s historical support of LGBTQ communities, including

GLIDE’s OPT-IN mobile outreach

A lifeline in a landscape stalked by poverty and the coronavirus As most of San Francisco remains at a relative standstill to slow the spread of the coronavirus, GLIDE Harm

A Place to Find Connection

Reflections on Client Advocacy, or What Is a Case Manager? (Part 2) Walk-In Center client advocate Nikki Dove says her role at GLIDE is a constant reminder of how hard

Hope in a City Without Housing

Reflections on the Complexity and Compassion of Case Management Demarco McCall describes his occupation and its greatest challenge in the same breath: “a Housing Case Manager in a city without

“Go Wherever Our People Are”

With a new mobile testing and outreach van, GLIDE joins the OPT-IN effort to connect the most vulnerable to services On a remote stretch of road just west on the

Give an Ear: Why Listening Is Love

Lisa Pelletier-Ross is a beloved staff member at GLIDE, serving as a trusted Community Safety Team Shift Lead. She, along with several other members of Community Safety and the Meals

Harm Reduction: A Love Story

It’s no secret that at GLIDE, we believe in love, We believe in radical, unstoppable, unconditional love. We also know that love manifests in as many ways as there are

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