Midtown HART formed in 2019.
Fundraiser for Our Unhoused Neighbors
Midtown HART is raising funds and seeking donations to better serve people experiencing homelessness in the Midtown area.
Midtown HART continues to operate a Respite Center open every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. This respite provides a safe space for our guests to rest, to recharge, to receive hospitality and connect with potential resources. We offer our guests essential hygiene items; COVID safety protection such as masks and sanitizers, or survival necessities like sleeping bags and mats. Also available are shoes, clothing, and at times bicycles.
This is only possible because of help from our friends and neighbors like you.
Would you consider making a tax-deductible donation today?
Checks may be mailed to
P.O. Box 15462 Sacramento CA 95819
Tax ID (EIN): 85-0750513
email our Treasurer, Michelle
The Respite Center
The Respite Center is currently open every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday:
On Mondays from 8 AM-12:00 PM at First United Methodist
(2100 J St, Sacramento, CA 95816)
On Tuesdays from 9:30 AM-12:30 PM at St. Johns Lutheran Church
(1701 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95811)
On Wednesdays from 9:00 AM-11:00 AM at Westminster Presbyterian Church (1300 N Street, Sacramento, CA 95814)
On Fridays from 9:30 AM-12:30 PM at Trinity Cathedral
(2620 Capitol Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95816)
The Center's purpose is to offer a place of respite from the weather while providing donated clothing, coffee, light snacks, outlets to charge phones, and access to a local navigator with outreach resources.
Volunteer duties include checking in guests, serving coffee and light snacks, facilitating donated clothing and other items and maintaining bathrooms.
This project requires both volunteer-power and donations to keep going! If you would like to volunteer for the Respite Center,
The Midtown HART Respite Center: Food & Transportation Equity Program will be funded in part by the Building Equitable Communities Grants Program of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation (SRCF). The Sacramento Region Community Foundation’s mission is “to transform our community through focused leadership and advocacy that inspire partnerships and expand giving".
This partnership with the Sacramento Region Community Foundation will assist Midtown HART with remedying food insecurity and transportation inaccessibility for Respite Center participants experiencing homelessness. Nutritious food options will be offered as well as Regional Transit bus and light rail passes to assist unsheltered Respite guests with accessing essential services, shelter and housing programs, appointments, employment opportunities among others.
The Sacramento Region Community Foundation is an advocate for quality of life, dedicated to connecting people who care with charitable causes. An effective steward of the region’s charitable assets since 1983, the Foundation’s mission is to transform our community through focused leadership and advocacy that inspire partnerships and expand giving.
Learn about the Sacramento Region Community Foundation here: www.sacregcf.org