Nancy Frappier, our beloved colleague and dear friend, passed away earlier this week after a long and courageous battle with lymphoma. Nancy spent the past 21 years building the Wellness Center at HPP. Through her work, Nancy helped thousands of disadvantaged expectant mothers deliver healthy babies. In addition to making an impact on the lives…
Make a gift of any amount in honor of your mother (or sister or friend) and your loved one will receive a postcard featuring the work of family photographer, Keri Vaca, whose work has featured in the Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan and Today. As a volunteer at HPP, Keri has photographed over 1,000 expecting clients, beautifully…
The Homeless Prenatal Program is pleased to announce this year’s Our House gala will be held on May 14th, 2016 at the agency’s vibrant, 3-story home — The Lipman Family Building — in the Mission District.
This exclusive event raises critical funds for the agency’s work to end family poverty.
“HPP is for families of all kinds,” says HPP’s Eli in the new short film “Strengthening Families” in Let’s Get Street Smart (Micro-Documentaries). Eli represents one of the many different types of families HPP helps every year.
As a single dad, Eli found HPP at a time in his life when he needed support.
Please join us on Saturday, February 27th, 2016 at 8pm for An Evening of Community & Celebration at the historic 1600-seat Nourse Auditorium!
“A talented, charismatic player who is almost single-handedly reviving interest in the violin as a jazz instrument.”
The Los Angeles Times
The fundraiser raised over $41,000, nearly double the proceeds from the prior two years.
Congratulations to HPP Founder and Executive Director Martha Ryan, who was chosen to be a recipient of the prestigious 2011 James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award.
HPP has been all over the San Francisco Chronicle this holiday season! Four HPP families have been featured in several articles, spotlighting the many faces of the families we serve. Read about HPP client Tashina Boyer and her courageous tale of resilience. A military veteran, Jason Nash’s story portrays the strength and determination of…
Congratulations to HPP Founder & Executive Director Martha Ryan who was honored on Nov. 10 as a “Local Hero” by Bank of America’s Neighborhood Excellence Initiative Awards! In recognition of her dedication to serving San Francisco neighborhoods, Ryan received a $5,000 grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation to donate to a nonprofit…