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Levi’s® Community Advocate Program

During the 2020 summer, Levi’s® and the Giants teamed up to highlight and honor six nonprofits in our community who took action and made a difference for those most in need. While our world has changed in ways we could have never imagined, there remained one constant and that is the work so many in our communities did and are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The six organizations support and are a resource for veterans, homeless, victims of domestic violence, and those that need an extra hand. Each organization received a grant and reusable masks from Levi's. We thank all of these groups, and the individuals volunteering, for their perseverance and selflessness.

Swords to Plowshares

Swords to Plowshares during COVID-19

During this COVID-19 pandemic, Swords to Plowshares continues to offer services.

Street outreach: Swords to Plowshares has found emergency housing, groceries, hygiene products, fresh clothing, cell phones, and case managers for 90+ homeless veterans since the onset of COVID-19 in March.

Residential services: 8 housing programs provide residences to 500 veterans, along with 24/7 Program Monitor coverage, meals, mental health services, and limited case management.

Drop-in services: At Service Centers in San Francisco and Oakland, they continue to offer triage services for veterans in crisis and mail services to unsheltered clients.

Employment services: The Employment team continues to provide case management and job placement support.

Housing placement services & eviction prevention: Swords to Plowshares continue to move veterans and their families into permanent housing. Working remotely, staff are helping to identify affordable rental units and provide rental checks and security deposits to landlords.

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La Casa's dedicated staff and volunteers work to support La Casa’s clients through a range of activities that include crafting homemade masks, assembling food boxes for the formerly homeless women staying at two permanent supportive housing sites, and answering calls on crisis hotlines.

"As a new volunteer with La Casa, I was eager to begin supporting survivors of domestic violence in their healing journey. As the pandemic hit, I jumped at the opportunity to support survivors through La Casa's Text Line. The Text Line is an invaluable tool for our community where we can provide information about local resources, advice to survivor family members, and connect survivors to our support services. Especially now, when many people are not able to go outside of their home to seek assistance, the Text Line provides accessible support for those most in need." - current La Casa volunteer

Previous Levi’s® Community Advocate Program Recipients