Let's raise the spirits of those in need! 

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aiding the homeless with care packages and more

At Robin Hooding for Homeless, we aim to provide hygiene items to shelters, creating mindfulness and being the change we wish to see in the world. Our goal is to alleviate some of the financial strain on shelters, so they may allocate more of their resources toward developing programs that assist with housing and job placement.

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who we are

Robin Hooding for Homeless (R4H) is a grassroots organization that provides hygiene items to homeless shelters. Since its formation in 2005, R4H has collected, sorted and delivered hundreds of boxes of hygiene items to shelters in the Northern California and San Francisco Bay Area.

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donate today!

let's raise the spirits of those in need. donate necessary hygiene items and help the northern california homeless.

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We deliver all collected items to local shelters in Northern California (for the time being). Deliveries are made quarterly, or as shelters request them. We work with school and rotaries to increase awareness.

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Deliveries have been made to the following organizations:

  • WEAVE
  • Loaves and Fishes
  • St Johns
  • PEACE for Families
  • The Salvation Army
  • Sacramento Veterans Resource Center
  • Next Door Shelter
  • Casa Gardens Children's Home
  • The Gathering Inn
  • Peace Union Gospel Mission

Deliveries have been made to the following organizations:

  • WEAVE
  • Loaves and Fishes
  • St Johns
  • PEACE for Families
  • The Salvation Army
  • Sacramento Veterans Resource Center
  • Next Door Shelter
  • Casa Gardens Children's Home
  • The Gathering Inn
  • Peace Union Gospel Mission
Founders

R4H Founders:
Rachel & Michelle Buller

Michelle Buller is the outreach coordinator who adopted the concept of R4H and turned it into a cause. Our distribution manager, who you will find in most of our pictures is a grass-roots champion. Only 13 years old, Ms. Rachel Buller increases our region and number of shelters.