What Have SOS and Vet SOS Been Up To This Year?

SFCCC, SOS, and Vet SOS want to thank you for your support over the years. With your help, we have been able to extend our SOS team and implement a new EHR for Vet SOS, in addition to providing care to over 1000 homeless San Franciscans last year. Click the link to find out what else we have been up to so far in 2019!

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Natasha Dao
Today, SFCCC recognizes Alexa Canady

San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium is recognizing the achievements of African-Americans throughout #BlackHistoryMonth. Alexa Canady was the first African-American neurosurgeon in the U.S. in 1981. The significance of her accomplishments and what it meant for other African-Americans and women in medicine are immeasurable.

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Natasha Dao
Thank you for your support of SOS and Vet SOS

We wanted to send one final reminder to make your tax-deductible gifts to SOS/Vet SOS by midnight tonight and help us increase our impact on the lives of homeless San Franciscans and their companion animals in 2019.

TOGETHER, WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OVER THE YEARS.

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Natasha Dao
Happy Holidays from SOS and Vet SOS

As we gather with friends and family over this holiday season, please keep in mind that many homeless San Franciscans and their companion animals may spend the holidays only with each other.

Many thanks for your support over the years. Your donation aids our ability to continue to serve homeless clients and their pets in 2019!


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Natasha Dao
Help provide quality health services to homeless San Franciscans and their companion animals!

December is one of the most important months of the year for our organization. As the weather creates increased challenges for homeless residents, we are grateful for the holiday spirit of giving. The generous financial support of passionate people like you is the reason our Street Outreach Services (SOS) and Veterinary Street Outreach Services (Vet SOS) programs are able to continue their mission to break down the barriers that keep homeless people and their companion animals from the care they need and deserve.

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Natasha Dao