Homeward Bound of Marin

RIDERS RETURN AND QUILTING WITH CARE

  Due to the pandemic, Halleck Creek Ranch had to halt in-person riding lessons last spring. The organization helps people with disabilities live a life without barriers through therapeutic horseback riding, which is a valuable…


ADDITIONAL HOUSING, APARTMENT MAKEOVERS

Homeward Bound of Marin has started laying the foundation for Mill Street Center in San Rafael. The new building will have a modern, efficient shelter for adults experiencing homelessness and add two floors of permanent…


GIFTS FROM ROTARIANS, CERES’ MILESTONE

Members of the Rotary Club of San Rafael donated $1,000 to Homeward Bound of Marin which was used to purchase new bikes, outdoor play equipment and games for the organization’s emergency family shelter in San…


FOOD, FASHION AND ART

Seniors and families in Homeward Bound of Marin programs enjoyed delicious chicken teriyaki dinners with homemade brownies prepared by Novato Chef Eric Lee on Feb. 24. The meals were sponsored by Giving Marin Founding Partner…


NEW YEAR, NEW QUILTS

The Mt. Tam Quilt Guild is looking forward to the new year and making more quilts and pillowcases for donation. Some of the local nonprofits  they support include, Homeward Bound of Marin (above top), Marin…


HOLIDAY FUNDRAISERS, EVENTS

Guide Dogs for the Blind’s Virtual Holiday Celebration on Dec. 6 helped raise funds for its life-changing mission that empowers lives by creating exceptional partnerships between people who are visually impaired and highly qualified guide…



SERVICES HERE, ABROAD

Youth volunteers bring smiles to residents when they help with food deliveries at Homeward Bound of Marin.  Pictured (above, bottom) are students from St. Patrick’s School who have supported King Street Senior Housing in Larkspur…


NONPROFITS RALLY SUPPORT

In response to an act of public harassment against one of its transgender clients, The Spahr Center held a rally on June 25 in downtown Fairfax to call for justice and equality for Marin’s LGBTQ+…


GALA, GIVING, GRANT

Legal Aid of Marin held its virtual fundraiser, “Jam for Justice,” on  June 18, raising more than $130,000 for services that support the County’s most vulnerable residents. Since shelter in place orders started, Legal Aid…