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Mayor's Fund to End Homelessness

GirlOn any given day, approximately 4,000 people experience homelessness in Long Beach. Of this, 20% are children. Together, we can change this.

The City of Long Beach works in collaboration with its non-profit community partners to address the needs of those experiencing homelessness in our area. Through our City's model Continuum of Care system, sites such as the Villages at Cabrillo, Mental Health America the Village, and the Multi-Service Center have been able to work together to assist homeless individuals and families to achieve self-sufficiency. However, there is still much work to be done.

The Mayor’s Fund to End Homelessness is allocated regularly to programs in Long Beach that address significant service delivery gaps in our Continuum of Care. Donations to this fund have supported a variety of critical services, including:

  •  Relocation Assistance
  •  Job Training and Placement Services
  •  Winter Shelter Programs
  •  Food and Transportation Assistance
  •  Move-in Assistance

COVID-19 UPDATE: City Works to Protect People Experiencing Homelessness from COVID-19

Make a Donation

Your contribution to the Mayor’s Fund will make a real difference and give individuals and families in our community the support they need to break the cycle of homelessness.  100% of your donation is tax deductible but a 3% credit card service fee will be deducted from your online donation.  You may want to consider increasing the amount of your donation to cover this necessary cost.

Alternately, you can also donate by check.  Please make checks payble to the "Long Beach Community Foundation" and include "Mayor's Fund to End Homelessness" in the memo section.  Mail checks to the Long Beach Community Foundation, 400 Oceangate, Suite 800, Long Beach, CA  90802.

Home in Hands For more information about the Mayor’s Fund, please call (562) 570-4176. Ask your tax accountant about tax deductions.

Learn More

Ways the Community Can Help
2015 Homeless Count Results
Pocket Guide
Homeless Services Website