Hunger should never be a barrier to well-being. That's why our Mobile Outreach Program provides hot and nutritious meals every night of the week. Beyond the staple of hot meals, our offerings extend to a variety of snacks and water, ensuring that no one in our community goes to bed hungry.


Recognizing the impact of weather on the well-being of our friends, our team goes the extra mile by offering a range of seasonal supplies. Whether it's blankets and warm clothing during the colder months or essentials like sunscreen and hats in the summer, our goal is to provide comfort and protection against the elements.


In collaboration with Public Health, our Mobile Outreach Program is a crucial hub for harm reduction. Throughout the night, our team distributes harm reduction kits, Naloxone, and provides essential training to promote safe practices and reduce the risk of harm within our community. This partnership underscores our commitment to the well-being and safety of those we serve.


Health emergencies can happen at any time, and our trained outreach workers are equipped to provide basic first aid in non-emergent situations. Whether addressing minor injuries or offering support until professional medical help arrives, our team is on the frontline, ensuring that everyone in our community receives the care they deserve.


The Mobile Outreach team of The Go-Give Project operates during the hours when other community resources are unavailable, primarily between 9:00 pm and 2:00 am. The team conducts regular patrols in our community's highest risk areas to provide assistance and support to those in need. We are committed to making a positive impact in our community, especially during times when vulnerable individuals may be left without resources or support.


It isn’t always easy trying to keep track of everything when your are unhoused.
If you have an upcoming court date or medical appointment we will do our best
to help you stay on track!


It is difficult when your loved ones are in the community with minimal ways of
making contact. Our connecting families program uses a series of informed
consent to let you know that your loved ones are okay!

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