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DONATE TO GLIDE

Your donation to GLIDE, a nonprofit in San Francisco, goes directly to providing services to help needy families and individuals in the Bay Area. By donating to GLIDE you support our efforts to make lasting changes in policies affecting poverty and homelessness in San Francsico.

Donate to the GLIDE Legacy Gala

Every year the GLIDE Legacy Gala honors individuals and groups who have made an impact on communities with their unique talents, innovative leadership and passion. This year's Reverend Cecil Williams Legacy Award went to Aimee Allison, political Leader, author, advocate for women of color, and founder and president of She the People. The Janice Mirikitani Legacy Award went to Dr. Connie Wun, researcher, author, educator, speaker and co-founder of AAPI Women Lead.

Donate to GLIDE Programs

Supports GLIDE’s efforts to alleviate suffering and stabilize lives by helping the homeless, providing access to food, healthcare, family resources and other vital services to vulnerable individuals and needy families in San Francisco.

Donate to Glide Memorial Church

Supports the Church’s congregational activities including our weekly Sunday Celebrations—the music, the sanctuary—and all the Congregational Life Groups.

Your Gift’s Impact

Learn about the ways that your donation directly contributes to helping individuals and families in need and our neighbors experiencing homelessness in the Bay Area.

I used to be in 5 Keys. I had art class and subjects in there. I did good, and then I had to move on. But going there was a head start for me.

Annette

“One day, I came into GLIDE completely hysterical, and the people at GLIDE were there for me. Now, I’m going to school now, I got my ID, and a bed for 90 days.”

Shona and Cody

My experience with GLIDE is, by me being a native here, I heard a lot about them and know a lot about them. They got a lot of nice programs--the needle exchange, to brining down the HIV and AIDS Population, they feed, It’s a good organization.

Lee

I’ve been coming to GLIDE for about two years. I play BINGO with the Women’s Center, and I might go back to school at Five Keys upstairs. I meet a lot of people at the Women’s Center. It helped me a lot. It helped me a lot with some things I really need, like hygiene kits and everything else.

Barbara

Legacy Giving

Amplify GLIDE’s work and leave your own legacy with an impactful Bay Area nonprofit donation by including GLIDE in your will or trust. Contact Mariah Bozeman, Director of Fund Development at mbozeman@glide.org or 415-674-6041 for more information.

Corporate Partners

Corporate groups can support our mission and the work we do through volunteering, in-kind donation, funding, event sponsorship, and more ways to help the homeless and families and individuals in need in the Bay Area. Contact Eden Chan, Strategic Partnerships Manager at echan@glide.org or (415) 674-6060 to design your corporate partnership with GLIDE.

Foundation Partners

Foundation Partners Contact Leigh Hanson, at LHanson@glide.org or (415) 674-5575, to learn about how your foundation can support GLIDE.

By The Numbers

515,845

Meals Served This Year from GLIDE’s Food Services

72%

Clients Experiencing Homelessness

13,203

Shelter Beds Reserved This Year to Help House the Homeless

Fundraising News

The latest announcements about new grants and partnerships supporting GLIDE’s nonprofit programs that change lives in the Bay Area.

Jun 25, 2022

Now More Than Ever – GLIDE is Pride

Pride month is an extraordinary time, and the related festivities this June mark the first time in two years that we can all come together to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. For decades, GLIDE has stood up for, sat in for, marched in the streets for – and opened its arms and doors widely – for the LGBTQ+ community. I am honored to be part of an organization with such a remarkable legacy of LGBTQ+ commitment and advocacy.  

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Jul 17, 2020

An Opportunity for Racial Justice: Truth and Reconciliation

In the midst of these unprecedented times, GLIDE’s Officer and a Mensch program and annual Alabama pilgrimage explore what truly compassionate human interactions and racial justice should look like. These two programs endeavor to address deep systemic inequities through immersive dialogue with history and by developing partnerships and allies among people working inside the criminal

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Jun 25, 2022
Now More Than Ever – GLIDE is Pride

Pride month is an extraordinary time, and the related festivities this June mark the first time in two years that we can all come together to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community. For decades, GLIDE has stood up for, sat in for, marched in the streets for – and opened its arms and doors widely – for the LGBTQ+ community. I am honored to be part of an organization with such a remarkable legacy of LGBTQ+ commitment and advocacy.  

May 14, 2020
Men in Progress Online

An essential support for men overcoming violence is back up and running strong The COVID-19 crisis is forcing all of us to put much of our lives on hold for a time. But some things are too critical to defer or interrupt. For essential services like GLIDE’s Men in Progress (MIP) violence intervention program, new

Apr 30, 2020
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 Reduction Case Manager Felanie Castro is behind the wheel, crisscrossing the city seven hours a day. Piloting GLIDE’s community outreach van, and accompanied by a