Each morning at 5:00 a.m., Pine Street’s kitchen staff, food services trainees and volunteers begin the process of preparing more than 1,000 meals for our shelter guests. Pine Street relies on food donations to help ensure guests receive well-balanced and nutritious meals each day, 365 days a year.
At Pine Street, the health and wellbeing of our guests is a priority. Many are dealing with a variety of health issues including diabetes, heart disease and hypertension, among others. To ensure a healthy diet for our guests, we work closely with a nutritionist and have implemented dietary guidelines that include low sugar and salt, high protein and whole grains.
Learn about our Welcome Home Baskets and how you, your company or school can provide household necessities as our guests move from shelter into a home.
When people move out of homelessness, they need everything from basic household items like toilet paper and paper towels to major furnishings like a bed and bureau. It’s easy to “shop” online with our Homecoming Registry. Welcome men and women home with just a click.
When our teams reach out to homeless men and women on the street, and as our staff support tenants in our housing, they are often in need of the following items:
Please note that we are not able to accept donations of used clothing. Pine Street partners with St. Francis House, where clothing donations may be made. More information can be found online here.