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Come see Grammy Nominated singer Carolyn Malachi at 111 Minna Street on Saturday, November 2 at 7:00. Enjoy her amazing soulful sounds at one of San Francisco’s best venues! 100% of revenue generated from ticket … Continue reading
In-kind donations – what we use and how we use it It’s not just financial contributions we need from our supporters! We give our clients everything from food and clothing to books and cleaning supplies. By giving our clients donated … Continue reading
Got leftover candy lying around? Donate it to At The Crossroads! We use it to make candy packs that we hand out on the streets to our clients. Or you can leave … Continue reading
A shopping event to benefit At The Crossroads! Tuesday, March 19 5-8 PM Bloomingdale’s The Men’s Store San Francisco on 4 Take $500 off your purchase of $2,000 or more in men’s tailored clothing, dress shirts, and ties. Plus, take 25% … Continue reading
The name is decidedly unwieldy, but we think the program itself is very cool! It will enable ATC to make a much bigger impact on the lives of our most disconnected clients. Here’s the who, what, when, where and why … Continue reading
Time to oil your gears and chains, find your comfiest saddle, and gear up for the second annual Spinning Spokes for Homeless Folks, coming September 2012. Click on the image below to find out more and sign up! Are you … Continue reading
Timbuk2 is an awesome local bag and accessory manufacturer that has been supporting At The Crossroads for more than a decade with thousands of donated bags for our clients, among other things. Their beautiful and durable bags have truly become … Continue reading
At The Crossroads is teaming up with Mission Cycling to bring you Spinning Spokes for Homeless Folks – a fun cycling event throughout the month of September that will raise money for homeless youth in San Francisco! Tweet
On June 22, 2011, the World Champion Giants will be holding their second annual Step Up To The Plate night, honoring local non-profits helping those in need, and At The Crossroads is honored to once again be a part of … Continue reading
Check out Rob Gitin’s interview with the Stanford Alumni Association! These videos will give you some insight into At The Crossroads and our work with homeless youth in San Francisco. http://vimeo.com/20141977 Tweet