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  • Pangolin Cafe owner Travis Sandefur pledges $1,000 in response to COVID-19

    With the help of loyal donors like Travis Sandefur and Pangolin Cafe, VOA will continue to provide shelter and housing to 4,060 of our most vulnerable neighbors in Northern California and Northern Nevada. Thank you Travis for caring about your neighbors and your community... people you know and people you’ve never met.

  • A Story of Hope: Ed

    Your compassion helped Ed move past addiction and create a new life for himself. Hear his story in his own words.

  • The Spirit of the Holidays 2019

    The spirit of the holidays was felt through warm clothing, hot meals, festive parties, presents, smiles, and lots of love. Look what you made possible...

  • Les Schwab Brings Hundreds of Toys to VOA

    This Christmas local Les Schwab Tire Centers came to VOA's Mather Community Campus to drop off hundreds of toys that allow every child in VOA programs and other local non profits to receive something for Christmas. Thank you Les Schwab!

  • What the Children in Sacramento's Family Shelter are Thankful for

    Happy Thanksgiving from our families to yours! This video shows what the children in Sacramento's Family Shelter are thankful for this year. From having shelter, to parents, to grandparents, to BBQ sauce... we all have a lot to be thankful for.

  • Wells Fargo Supports Flexible Supportive Housing

    Thanks to Wells Fargo for supporting Volunteers of America's flexible supportive housing programs. These residents are all grateful for their now brighter futures.

  • Hope Lives Here

    VOA's short film "Hope Lives Here" was presented at the 2019 Shelter from the Storm breakfast in Reno. Meet the faces of VOA you are helping in Reno, and learn about the programs that are changing these individuals' lives and helping end homelessness.

  • In Her Own Words ... Meet Nan: 2019 Shelter from the Storm Testimonial

    Nan, a graduate of VOA's Reno Works program addresses the audience at Reno's 2019 Shelter from the Storm breakfast to share her story to shed light on the specific challenges and trauma of experiencing homelessness.

  • Congratulations to our new Reno Works graduates!

    Including this class, 82 people have graduated from the program. We are so very proud of their accomplishment and wish them all the best as they transition into their new jobs and homes!

  • What a Backpack Means to a Family Experiencing Homelessness

    Lisa and her son Marcus share their experience participating in Operation Backpack.