Learn more about what’s happening at DignityMoves by browsing recent media coverage for our projects.
- – Record-breaking $900K in grants awarded
- – DignityMoves announces groundbreaking ceremony for new Interim Housing
- – Can Silicon Valley sensibilities help reduce homelessness in S.F.?
- – Tiny House Village for the Homeless Opens at the Foot of Gough Street
- – San Francisco’s 1st tiny-home village ready for homeless people
- – San Francisco experiments with temporary tiny homes to address homelessness
- – Governor Newsom Announces $43 Million in Awards for Three New Homekey Projects
- – URBAN VISION ALLIANCE LAUNCHES TO ADDRESS STREET HOMELESSNESS WITH COALITION OF 32 PARTNERS AND FIRST LARGE SCALE PROJECT
- – YPO Members Bring Shelter, Dignity to California’s Homeless
- – Big Plans, Tiny Homes: Can Biz Brains Solve Homelessness?
- – DignityMoves Breaks Ground on Interim Housing Community in Downtown Santa Barbara
- – Dignity Moves breaks ground
- – Pro bono work at our core
- – Grand Unveiling for Downtown Homeless Village
- – San Francisco Upgrades Tent Village to Tiny Home Community
- – Interim Homeless Housing: Realizing Immediate Impact to Housing the Homeless
- – S.F. is finally building tiny cabins for homeless people. One reason: it may be cheaper than tents
- – Pallet Houses for Homeless People Set Up in Lompoc; Similar Project Coming to Santa Barbara
- – Santa Barbara Finally Getting Some Traction with Its Homeless Population
- – LifeMoves seeks to build network of homeless housing projects, calling for funding and political willpower
- – Homeless sleeping cabins proposed for Tenderloin parking lot
- – Nonprofit proposes ‘sleeping cabins’ for Tenderloin safe sleeping village
- – Where in the Bay Area are Newsom’s ‘Project Homekey’ funds going?
- – Thinking small: How coronavirus is changing how we build Bay Area homeless shelters
- – Mountain View seeks to build emergency shelter for homeless families and seniors
- – A plan to end street homelessness in five years, Part 2: Mitigation
- – Letters: Tiny cabins could solve homelessness crises