Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have had to cancel our in-person 2020 events.While we are beyond disappointed, we believe this is the wisest decision and the only way we can keep our participants, volunteers, and staff safe.
July 20-27 - Online Silent Auction via Mobile Bidding
Your participation and support make it possible for 160,000 meals to be served; 339 people, including men, women, and children, to return to housing; and divert 576 tons of food from the landfill and into the hands of those who need it.
In case you are wondering what you're bidding for...check out our brand new video on the work and mission of Good Shepherd Center:
The mission of Good Shepherd Center is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, and foster transition to housing.
Established in 1983 as a modest Soup Kitchen, Good Shepherd has grown to become the largest provider of homeless services in the region. Current programs include the Soup Kitchen which serves over 89,000 meals a year; Second Helpings food salvage and distribution program; Sgt. Eugene Ashley Center providing transitional and permanent supportive housing for Veterans and men with disabilities; a Day Shelter providing the homeless with access to showers, clothing, transportation, and on-site mental health and health services; and a Night Shelter with 118 beds for homeless men, women, and families with children. Good Shepherd recently completed Phase II of SECU Lakeside Reserve, an affordable housing unit with 40 apartments for chronically homeless adults with disabilities, including seniors and Veterans.
A hot meal. A warm bed. A return path to housing.