In everything we do, we look for ways to bring relief.
Whether this means giving out a sleeping bag, or a bus ticket home, or replacing someone’s ID. If we can get someone back to work or return them to a loved one in another city, Nightwatch will do all we can to love our neighbors.
There’s always more to be done.
Food and shelter is a good place to start.
Hundreds of volunteers each month agree, showing up to prepare and serve a late night meal to the people waiting for shelter.
Learn more about our Food and Shelter program here.
Another way we show love is by providing affordable housing for 24 low-income seniors. Nightwatch donors help us keep the rent low, while providing activities and services to keep people motivated, hopeful, and functioning as a community.
Learn more about our Senior Housing program here.
We’re constantly aware of homeless people who are still outside at night. Our Street Ministry reaches out with friendship, food, supplies, and other support to homeless people in a variety of settings.
Learn more about our Street Ministry program here.