Good San Franciscans: Matching Needs to Resources

Good San Franciscans: Matching Needs to Resources

“I have yet to meet anyone who doesn’t want to support the community in some way,” said Meghan Freebeck, CEO, Project Homeless Connect and Simply the Basics. Meghan is serving San Francisco by connecting people’s skills and resources with various needs in our community.  To quote Meghan, “It’s a lot like match making volunteer’s time and skill sets to ensure they align with a client’s or nonprofit’s goals.”

City Installs Barricades

City Installs Barricades

Project Homeless Connect CEO Meghan Freebeck said that when it comes to serving unhoused residents, the main priority should always be housing. "All steps taken should be steps that are working toward that goal," she said. http://hoodline.com/2018/01/city-installs-barricades-to-block-encampments-near-upper-market-safeway

We Marched, We Rallied, Now What? On Disability Rights

We Marched, We Rallied, Now What? On Disability Rights

We feature representatives from various disability rights organizations to discuss the challenges they face during the new administration, including Alicia Contreras from Spanish Speaking Citizens' Foundation, Susan Henderson from Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund, Jessica Lehman from Senior and Disability Action, Karyn Skultety from Openhouse, and Yomi Wrong from Sutter Health. The moderator is Meghan Freebeck from Project Homeless Connect and Simply the Basics.

One of SF’s biggest helpers for homeless people is leaving town

One of SF’s biggest helpers for homeless people is leaving town

"[Kara] felt OK about resigning after finding a replacement: Meghan Freebeck, founder of Simply the Basics, which provides hygiene products to homeless people. Next week, Freebeck will lose the “acting” part of her title to become, simply, CEO"