Front Door Communities continues to serve vulnerable men and women in Downtown San Jose During Covid-19
Helping Our Vulnerable Neighbors
Front Door Communities supports and serves vulnerable and at-risk men and women in downtown San Jose. Several of our clients are seniors and vets. We've adapted both programs so we can continue to serve our clients while adhering to social distancing protocols.
MaKING A DIFFERENCE
“We are happy you are here for us. You make such a difference. Thank you!”
"This is truly survival assistance - the lunches and showers, too. You know, some folks rely on these lunches as the only food they have for the whole day."
We distribute lunch bags Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings between
9:30 - 11:00 AM
During the pandemic, we continue to provide lunch bags at our front door three mornings a week between 9:30 and 11:00. We offer a disposable mask as well. We provide essential hygiene items one day a week, as well as new socks thanks to our partner Bombas. We have a men's clothing rack when donations make that possible. On request, we provide small bags of cat or dog food.
Lifted Spirits Lite
Wednesday and Friday
11:00 - 1:00 PM
While we cannot offer indoor respite during the pandemic, we continue to serve vulnerable women, many of whom are seniors, in our community.
Lifted Spirits Lite serves women outdoors, providing essential hygiene items, menstrual products, incontinence products, clothing and shoes, a face mask, water, and a nutritious bag lunch.
Women can choose two outfits of clothing, a warm layer, shoes, socks, and new underwear.
"it is a nice warm, welcoming place. The people here are nice and peaceful. Most of us forget our troubles while we are here.”