A concept of hope

You are the CHANGE AGENT

we take a moment to acknowledge the amazing work that you do every day to make the world a better place. Your dedication to helping those in need is truly inspiring and it makes a real difference in the lives of so many.

Your selfless acts of kindness and generosity are a beacon of hope for those who are struggling, and your efforts to raise awareness and funds for important causes are making a significant impact on our society.

we encourage you to keep up the good work, even when it feels challenging or overwhelming. Remember that every small action you take can have a big impact, and that your contributions are truly appreciated by those who benefit from your work.

Thank you for all that you do, and know that you are making a positive difference in the world


Princess Regina Victoria George

Our Services


 Care for the Homeless is committed to providing comprehensive, compassionate, and high-quality services to homeless individuals and families, with the goal of helping them achieve stable housing and self-sufficiency.Trained outreach workers connect with homeless individuals on the streets, offering food, clothing, medical care, and other support.

Health Care
Correctional centers

Health care: The organization offers medical and dental care, as well as mental health and substance abuse treatment, at its clinics and through mobile outreach teams.

Case management: Professional case managers work with homeless clients to develop individualized plans to address their specific needs, such as housing, employment, education, and healthcare.

Donors And Support
Starting at $1000/week

Donor recognition: Care for the Homeless is grateful for the support of its donors and sponsors, including corporations, foundations, and individual donors. The organization recognizes donors in its annual report and through other communications, and provides regular updates on the impact of their contributions.

Team members: Care for the Homeless is led by a dedicated team of professionals with extensive experience in the fields of social work, healthcare, and non-profit management. 

“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson