These are a few of our upcoming events, stay tuned for more exciting events and ways to show your support for HSC!

Join us at Hula's for Mahalo Mondays!
10% donation to HSC every Monday in June from 4:30-closing.
June 3rd, 10th, 17th, and 24th

Save the date for the 6th Annual Golf Tournament!
Friday, October 4th at DeLaveaga Golf Course

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The Unitarian Universalist Church will be holding a benefit on Saturday, November 7 for the Homeless Services Center and the Homeless Garden Project. Please view the flier for more information. We hope you can join us!
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This video (click to view) was taken by Tam Communications at our 10th Annual Soupline Supper & Benefit Auction on April 30, 2009. We are so grateful for the production of this video, which highlights the delicious soups, celebrity servers, and community support of this wonderful event.

We look forward to seeing you next year at our 11th Annual Soupline Supper!

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Our 10th Annaul Soupline Supper will be held on Thursday, April 30 at Holy Cross Church, 126 High Street in Santa Cruz.
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The new Paul Lee Loft Shelter has 14 beds for women and 32 beds for men in the loft above our freshly renovated hygiene center. This means that PLLS residents have showers and laundry facilities immediately adjacent to their dormitory rooms.

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It is with great sadness that we at the Homeless Services Center report the passing of Marcus Banuelos, due to the complications of cancer. Marcus was a long time staff member at the Homeless Services Center and prior to that for many years with the River Street Shelter. He will be greatly missed by his family, co-workers and clients.

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This year’s Soupline Supper was...

Soup kitchen

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“The Community Action Board issued a new report on Housing and Homelessness in Santa Cruz.
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Coming Home

This spring Russell Kurtz did what many homeless people have lost hope in ever achieving: He moved into his own apartment. Nearly two years after he arrived at Page Smith Community House (PSCH), Kurtz proudly shows a visitor a two-inch-thick manila folder full of rental listings that didn’t yield the prize. But the one that did—a one-bedroom, 800-square-foot apartment in Boulder Creek right near the bus stop—was perfect.



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