Feed the Homeless in San Francisco

A project of Seva: Selfless Service
LOGO_small_400x400.png Jindjeet Hansi
Yuba City, California, US
$3,205pledged of $3,200 goal
$3,205goal: $3,200
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Help us help our community. Seva: Selfless Service is a non-profit grassroots organization focusing and servicing the food insecure and homeless population in San Francisco and Sacramento.

We are asking for donations to help us feed nearly 200 to 300 people each week! On average we spend nearly $400 to run our program once a week. Money raised will be used to purchase hot meals through the month of November and December. Help us reach our goal!

Please volunteer, donate, or simply spread the word about Seva: Selfless Service– anyone is welcome to join and contribute to the cause. Together we can make a difference in our community.


There are four different groups who experience homelessness: 

Families - Families become homeless as a result of some unforeseen financial crisis - a medical emergency, a car accident, a death in the family - that prevents them from being able to hold on to housing.

Youth - Young people often become homeless due to family conflict, including divorce, neglect, or abuse.

Veterans - Veterans often become homeless due to war-related disabilities. For a variety of reasons – physical disability, mental anguish, post-traumatic stress, etc. – many veterans find readjusting to civilian life difficult. Difficulties readjusting can give rise to dangerous behaviors, including addiction, abuse, and violence, which, coupled with the difficulties, can lead to homelessness.

Chronic Homelessness - Chronic homelessness is often the public face of homelessness. "Chronic" has a specific definition, involving either long-term and/or repeated bouts of homelessness coupled with disability (physical or mental). People experiencing chronic homelessness often end up living in shelters and consume a plurality of the homeless assistance system’s resources.

Sometimes when you think of homelessness many have a standard conception, which can be described as “Chronic Homelessness.” Although we may believe this is the most common form of homelessness, we may have to think again. It’s a common misconception that this group represents the majority of the homelessness population. Rather, they account for less than 15 percent of the entire homeless population on a given day.


  • 09/01/2018

    Project Update

    We are humbled to say that with the support and encouragement of everyone around us, SEVA has served over 500K meals to date. We have been continuing to do our regular seva Thursday's in Sacramento and once a Saturday's in San Francisco.

    Again, we would like to express our deepest and most sincere gratitude to all those who have supported us along the way. Meaningful impact in the community can only happen when people join together to effect change.

Name Donation Date
A. K. $100.00 January 2019
V. S. $20.00 January 2019
Anonymous $2,000.00 December 2018
A. K. $100.00 December 2018
V. S. $20.00 December 2018
A. K. $100.00 November 2018
Vikram Singh $20.00 November 2018
Match Fund $100.00 November 2018
Bhajneet Singh $100.00 November 2018
Match Fund $100.00 November 2018
Vikram Singh $100.00 November 2018
Match Fund $10.00 November 2018
Anonymous $10.00 November 2018
H. S. $100.00 August 2018
G. S. $140.00 July 2018
M. B. $25.00 January 2018
V. S. $50.00 November 2017
I. T. $10.00 November 2017
B. S. $100.00 November 2017

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