Here's How You Can Support

Faithful Fools

Donate Online

MAKE A ONE-TIME DONATION OR PLEDGE MONTHLY

  • You can choose to make a one-time or recurring donation

  • You can choose to cover 3% processing fee

  • You can choose to dedicate your donation

MAKE A ONE-TIME DONATION WITH NO FEES

  • Thrivent pays the processing fees and 100% of what you give will go to Faithful Fools.

  • You can make a donation even if you aren't a Thrivent client

Donate 

Thru Our Partners

Donate your gently used goods to Community Thrift in the name of Faithful Fools (#204) and we will receive a portion of the proceeds.

CARS 2ND

CHANCE

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Cars2ndChance will pick up your vehicle and the net sales proceeds will be shared 50-50 between the Faithful Fools and two SF Bay Area Rotary clubs that run the program.

Mail Your Donation

 Faithful Fools Street Ministry

234 Hyde Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

 

Or donate with your

credit card by phone:

415-474-0508

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Consider making a bequest to Faithful Fools. You may also find that a donation of appreciated stock meets your needs. Ask your estate planner or give us a call to find out more about how to make Faithful Fools part of your long term financial plans.

Faithful Fools is a 501(c) (3) tax-exempt charitable organization.

In accordance with IRS regulations, contributions are fully deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Faithful Fools’ tax ID#: 94-3348396.

WE HAVE WHAT WE NEED BEFORE IT IS ASKED OF US

Faithful Fools is a community.  We are often called upon to be the "space in-between." We are there when other agencies can't be. Sometimes it takes too much time to arrange for a taxi voucher to get to an appointment, so we provide a ride.  Providing extra dollars for an extraordinary expense  sometimes doesn't fit within a traditional non-profit's budget. That might be paying for the cremation of someone whose family is struggling with medical expenses or it might be paying for a background check in order to get a job. That's when we step in. We maintain the human resources to accompany people when needed and we maintain a small assistance budget to help with the expenses that can make the difference between being housed and being homeless. 

Operating expenses like utilities and salaries are often not covered by grants, so we depend upon donations for the bulk of our budget. The majority of our donors give a few hundred dollars a year (some  give $10 or $15 a month) and it all makes a difference.

When you are generous, we can be generous too. We live by the adage that "We have what we need before it is asked of us." That means we have the time when someone needs to talk and we have those extra dollars for a pair of shoes. 

READ  THE PENNY STORY  TO LEARN MORE