There are an estimated 100 to 200 homeless people on the Coastside living under bridges, in abandoned cars, on abandoned boats, on beaches and behind the animal stables.

One of many places where the homeless we serve are sleeping when we find them.

The end of a day at a farm worker’s run down house that may house
30 people.

Coastside Hospitality started in 1995 with venture capital seed money to invest in the community to help alleviate the problem by sheltering people who may be in a transition or, quite simply, don't have a place to live.

Coastside Hospitality provides food, clothing and shelter to the less fortunate members of the Coastside community. We accomplish this by direct distribution to the poor and by coordinating the efforts and resources of the various local non-profit organizations driven by the same mission statement- to help the poor.