FREE DINNER (morgan hill) at The United Methodist Church


We Offer A Free Dinner Each Wednesday at The United Methodist Church located on Monterey Road
It is the Little White Church 17175 Monterey Rd, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
We Serve From 6-7 each week
Come Join us for FREE FOOD

Downtown Streets Team

Downtown Streets Team


We believe that to effectively address homelessness we need compassionate and innovative leadership, paired with collaboration among social service agencies, government agencies, individual communities, and the private sector. By educating individuals we can change perceptions of the homeless and low-income people living in our communities. As one of our Team Members has said, what we’re doing is a “win-win-win” scenario: the Team Member wins, the environment wins and the community wins – it doesn’t get much better than that.

Through our Award-Winning Work-First Model, we provide homeless and low-income men and women with the resources they need to rebuild their lives. First, they volunteer on one of our teams and begin working collaboratively on beautification projects. In return, they receive a stipend in gift cards to help cover their basic needs, while taking advantage of our case management and employment services to find housing and a job. Our ultimate goal is to find our Team Members employment because having a job restores hope and opens the door to countless opportunities. Our model is structured to be a one-year transitional program into permanent housing and employment. In short, our vision is to end homelessness by restoring the dignity and rebuilding the lives of unhoused men and women. Through volunteering on one of our teams, men and women are prepared for permanent employment and housing.



SATURDAYS at 10:15 AM (or as close as possible)
Hygiene kits
Second Saturday of each month
Socks and underwear
Last Saturday of each month

Other clothing items sometimes available

Please contact them at:

There’s a great need for provision for the poor. Though many organizations generously offer assistance, their pantries are often stocked with sub-par food that most of us wouldn’t buy for our own tables. We’re convicted that we’re called to do better.

Jesus said God is inviting us to a banquet. The Crossroads Bible Church downtown outreach tries to reflect that in some small way by offering those in need hearty, healthy sandwiches, generous with fresh ingredients.

People in need are often given no choice about what they’re served, so we offer a variety: turkey hummus, turkey Dijon, ham apple hummus, ham and pineapple, and veggie. Sandwiches are layered with spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, and mushrooms served on multi-grain bread. Hummus — usually made in our own kitchen — is offered as a reprieve from peanut butter, the food pantry staple for vegetarians.

As we distribute the sandwiches, Bibles, water, and hygiene kits, we aim to make each exchange singular and offer genuine care. We know that God set the standard for loving one another, and it’s a privilege to reflect that to our guests.

Loaves & Fishes – St. Patrick’s, Soup Kitchen, San Jose Ca

St. Patrick’s

389 E. Santa Clara Street (corner of 9th St.)
San Jose, Ca 95113
408 293-4505


Mon., Thurs.: 4:00 pm
Sat.: 4:30 pm


Georgia Travis Center

297 Commercial Street, San Jose, CA 95112

Breakfast: 9:00am – Lunch: 12:00pm


At this location
The primary gateway to emergency assistance for homeless women and children in Silicon Valley.

  • MultiService Drop-In Center
    Open Weekdays 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
    Breakfast, Lunch, Snack – Monday – Friday.
  • Family Place Program
  • Donation Depot
  • Drop-Off Location
  • Produce Market
  • One-Stop Homelessness Prevention Center

InnVision Montgomery Street Inn Shelter & Cecil White Center












Cecil B. White
358 N. Montgomery
San Jose, CA 95110
(408) 271-5160
Breakfast: Mon. – Fri. 6:00am – 7:00am
Breakfast: Sat. – Sun. 7:00 – 8:00 a.m.
Lunch: Mon. – Fri 1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Dinner: Mon. – Sun. 6:00 p.m.

Doctor: Tues: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Nurse: Thurs: 6:00pm – 9:00pm

At this location
85 beds for men, short & long term housing, including job development programs.

The Cecil White Center is a multiservice drop-in center, offering a variety of basic services to homeless or at-risk men & women including a hot meal, shower facilities, laundry services, clothing, mailing address, and phone access. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served weekdays. On weekends, an evening meal is served. Additionally, clients are provided with job and housing referrals, substance abuse counseling, access to a computer lab, medical services, and health education. CWC serves an average of 300 people a day and 11,000 meals a month.

Sacred Heart Community Service, San Jose Ca












Sacred Heart Community Service
1381 South First Street, San Jose, CA 95110
Phone: (408) 278-2160
Fax: (408) 885-9071


Mon-Thu 8 am – 5 pm

Fri 9 am – 4 pm

Sat 9 am – 12 pm

Feed the hungry, Clothe the Needy, Welcome the Stranger.

Bag lunches available every morning at 9:30am until they are gone (usually about two hours). Food box (two bags of food each month).

Another organization that needs donations and volunteers more than ever during this economic down turn, Sacred Heart Community Service provides food, clothes for more than 40,000 people last year. Their vision is a community united to ensure that every child and adult is free from poverty in the South Bay Area.
Sacred Heart serves customers living in the following zip codes (which are subject to change): 95110, 95117, 95125, 95126, 95128 and 95134. Any customer not living in one of the above zip codes can come to Sacred Heart Community Service on a one-time basis for food. We then refer them to Second Harvest for additional services.

CLICK HERE for there website.