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Thank you to our Central Coast community members who have come together to support 40 Prado. Donations of every size make a big difference in reaching our goal.

The Homeless Foundation is very close to its ultimate fundraising goal of $5.4 million. Construction begins in early 2017. Your help is vital to reach our goal. To donate click here.


100+ Women Who Care donated $14,200 to the Homeless Foundation. The group is made up of local women who are dedicated to supporting our community. This year they chose the Homeless Service Center as their charity for 2016. What an incredible impact they are having on our community and the new Homeless Service Center. Thank you!


As part of Mountainbrook Church’s 2016 Change the World campaign, the congregation collectively raised $50,634 to help build 40 Prado.


The Central Coast REALTORS® Charitable Foundation is spearheading a capital campaign, dubbed “Agents for Change,” and has committed to raising $50,000 from brokers, agents and affiliated businesses.

The Mortgage House (1)

AgentsforChange Logo(2bl-branded)

Community Health Centers (CHC) donated $50,000. CHC is a non-profit network of community health centers serving the residents of California’s Central Coast.


Three students are on the trip of a lifetime, to raise money for 40 Prado. Sean Day, Tim Schoepp, and Jack Bowen are on a 4,228 mile ride from Oregon to Virginia along the Trans America Trail. They’ve already met their goal to raise $4,228 to donate to the Homeless Foundation of SLO County.


Canzona Women’s Ensemble donated a portion of their spring concert ticket sales 40 Prado. Pictured: Canzona Board President Nicki Edwards and Artistic Directors Cricket Handler and Jill Anderson presenting a check for $1,125 to 40 Prado Road representative John Spatafore.


Proceeds from BCA‘s cow in CowParadeSLO will go toward 40 Prado. The life size cow will be on public display starting in September and will be auctioned in Spring 2017.


Tara Preston presents a $175 check to Foundation President John Spatafore. Tara raised her donation for 40 Prado through a bake sale at her school. With our current matching funds, Tara’s donation doubled to $350.

Tara donation

Giving together for greater impact!

After making a $25,000 gift to 40 Prado, Anneka Scranton and her husband Don hosted an event at their home to encourage their friends to do the same. Long time friends Myron and Sue Hood and Jay and Carol Devore attended the event and decided to team up to provide a $15,000 joint gift– and a perfect example of how “together we can get this done!”group photo