We have people sharing resource cards with individuals and community centers in all 50 United States! Our actions are cumulative, remember, "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." ~ Aesop
Our resource cards help people to connect with community resource information and specialists 24/7/365. They can help anyone in need of support to find out about the resources that may be available in their area. Our resource cards share national contact information, and so can be used in any area of the U.S.
The Value of resource cards is that they can help people connect with resources more readily. Many people experiencing homelessness or marginalization may not be familiar with the services currently available in their area.
FIND SUPPORT IN MOST AREAS IN THE U.S.
Our cards provide local and national resource support! We provide cards that share contact information for a nationally designated call-line where people can receive personal assistance through an Information and Referral Specialist over the phone, or they can receive support online. Our cards are the only ones currently to feature symbols for those who are experiencing illiteracy. They may be helpful for anyone, in nearly any area of the U.S. that is looking for supportive resources. We are a distributor of resource cards locally and nationally.
HELP HOWEVER YOU ARE COMFORTABLE
You don’t have to share resource cards directly with those experiencing homelessness, you can also share them with a church or community center too. To learn more please read our “Frequently Asked Questions About Street Cards.”
DISCOVER YOUR WAY TO SHARE THE CARDS
Our common sense Guide and Waiver to sharing resource cards and volunteering with the homeless will share important safety tips that can help you feel more comfortable. It also shares ways to share the cards indirectly, if you are interested in helping without direct involvement.
BECOME A PART OF A NATIONAL MOVEMENT
Our cards can be shared with community centers and those experiencing homelessness in nearly any area of the U.S. Sharing resource cards can be an easy way to make a significant difference and contribute to someone’s well-being, and you can help directly or indirectly, so there are approaches that work well for everyone.