Samaritan House 4031 Pacific Blvd, San Mateo, CA94403 Samaritan House provides food and clothing, shelter, health care, worker resources and counseling for low-income San…More Mateo County residents and their families from its offices on Pacific, just east of El Camino between 41st and 42nd avenues. Daily hot meals are provided onsite, and there is a grocery pantry. A Kids Closet offers free gently-used clothing for kids. Volunteers provide much of the needed support and funding is generously received from private and corporate donors. Volunteer opportunities are always available. Check the website for updates, events, fundraising information, services and locations and volunteer information.
Career Closet 1163 Chess Dr, Foster City, CA94404 Career Closet is located off highway 92 at the Foster City Boulevard exit, staying straight onto Chess Drive. Career…More Closest is a small volunteer-based non-profit that was expanded to San Mateo in 2001. "Everyone at Career Closet is a volunteer who dedicates time and expertise to ensure that we can empower our clients to enter the working world and change their lives for the better." Career Closet is aimed at helping women who have gone through struggles and seeking to provide the tools, confidence, and clothing needed to overcome their struggles.
Transfiguration Episcopal Church 3900 Alameda de Las Pulgas, San Mateo, CA94403 The Transfiguration Episcopal Church is a warm and welcoming family church. Focused on providing help to those in need…More in the community, every member volunteers on at least one program each year. The church offers three worship services: a quiet traditional Eucharist, a family service, and an inter-generational Eucharist. The church also offers bible study classes, an active choir and a nursery school.
Jewish Family and Children's Services 2001 Winward Way, San Mateo, CA94404 This nonprofit serves kids, adults and families of all faiths and backgrounds. Its San Mateo County office, just south…More of Highway 92 at Edgewater Drive, offers mental-health services, parenting help and drop-in parent-and-child play groups for infants to 5 years, companionship and transportation for seniors, a food pantry and training for people who work with children in bullying prevention and other topics. Special programs serve Holocaust survivors. Volunteers are always needed. Check the website for details.