HomeFirst CEO welomes The Global Uplift Project CEO Robert Freeman

Updated: Aug 31

HomeFirst CEO Andrea Urton, was delighted to welcome The Global Uplift Project CEO Robert Freeman, to our Mabury Bridge Housing Community on Tuesday. The Bridge Housing Community is a partner pilot site between the City of San Jose, HomeFirst Services and Habitat for Humanity East Bay. The Mabury site has 40 private sleeping cabins with common areas for eating, pantry, toilet, shower and laundry facilities.

The Global Uplift Project, staying true to their mission of uplifting humanity, donated 1,000 handmade masks from their partners in Kenya and Nepal to HomeFirst Services on Tuesday. These masks further HomeFirst Service’s efforts in keeping clients, staff and the general public safe during the pandemic. To date, HomeFirst Services has received from generous community efforts, more than 10,000 donated masks, and shared those with our most vulnerable population.

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For donations, our Federal Tax ID #: 94-2684272

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