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As of July 1, 2012 Shelter Network (shelternetwork.org) and InnVision the Way Home (innvision.org) have united to become a single nonprofit dedicated to ending homelessness.
On Tuesday, December 13th at 12:00 pm, InnVision Julian Street Inn will host its annual holiday celebration, featuring a heartwarming performance by formerly homeless clients and gathering of current clients, staff, and supporters of the shelter for mentally ill adults.
InnVision the Way Home will honor Cupertino Electric, Inc. with the Spirit of InnVision award at its annual Fall Gala, held September 24th at Villa Ragusa in Campbell. The Fall Gala benefits programs for the homeless in Silicon Valley, and hundreds of guests are expected to attend to help support those most in need.
InnVision the Way Home will host its annual Fall Gala on September 24th at Villa Ragusa in Campbell. The Fall Gala benefits programs for the homeless in Silicon Valley, and hundreds of guests are expected to attend to help support those most in need in Silicon Valley.
Hundreds of volunteers from "Beautiful Day", a massive community outreach effort spearheaded by Westgate Church led, an extreme makeover at the InnVision Julian Street Inn last week.
InnVision volunteer Chad Bojorquez has received the coveted "Voluntarism At Its Best" award, the top honor, at the Junior League of San Jose's 42nd Annual Volunteer Recognition Luncheon (VRL) held on April 29, 2011 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
SAN JOSE – January 25, 2011 – INNVISION, Silicon Valley's largest non-profit provider of housing and services to homeless and at-risk families and individuals, announced today that after several months of analysis, they will close the Clara- Mateo Alliance (CMA) homeless shelter in Menlo Park.
SAN JOSE – October 13, 2010 – Homeless people in Silicon Valley will soon have more food in their stomachs, thanks to the 360 local companies that helped Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, a business region of Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT), raise $26,130 for InnVision, the area's largest non-profit provider of shelter and services to the homeless.
August 30, 2010 – InnVision will host their annual Fall Gala in San Jose on September 18, gathering supporters in order to raise awareness and funds for homelessness programs in Silicon Valley.
Thanks to over 500 Google employees, InnVision Georgia Travis Center (GTC) and Commercial Street Inn (CSI) were transformed this June. In just one day, the Googlers provided much needed cosmetic upgrades and repairs to both centers.
In May, InnVision Chief Operating Officer Vicky Reader received the prestigious YWCA’s TWIN (Tribute to Women) award!
PALO ALTO, Calif., December 31, 2009 – The San Francisco 49ers recognized 14 year-old Marissa Mirbach a sophomore at Los Altos High School in their Community Quarterback Award for her volunteer work with the InnVision Opportunity Center in Palo Alto.
SAN JOSE, California – While new and unwrapped toys were donated on 12/9 for local families living on the Moffett Field Air Force base, five other local charities received a total of $10,000 in donations from your local Associations of Health Underwriters.
SAN JOSE, Calif., December 3, 2009 Over the past month, as the news media was flooded with reports of the struggles faced by low-income families, two local nonprofits created a partnership to distribute stimulus funding to help meet their needs.
THANKSGIVING DAY, 2009— The Rock Bottom Foundation has invited 200 homeless and at-risk families and individuals from InnVision shelters and housing programs to join them at the Rock Bottom Restaurant
NOVEMBER 10, 2009—InnVision—the largest provider of shelter, food and supportive services for over 24,000 homeless and at-risk families throughout the Silicon Valley—has kicked off its drive for donations and volunteers for the 2009 “HOLIDAY TOY AND TEEN SHOPPE”—a program that lets homeless parents select holiday gifts and other essentials for their families and children free of charge; And with “ADOPT-A-FAMILY”—a program that fulfills the wish-lists of 200 families through group sponsorship.
July 24, 2009 ‐‐ InnVision the Way Home Announces an innovative way to offset State & Local slashes to human services funding. Take a chance to WIN a beautiful $3.0 million home in prestigious Los Altos Hills and help the homeless find homes too.
March 10, 2009 ‐‐ First Presbyterian Church of Palo Alto is announcing a challenge grant designed to benefit homeless families dependent on the Opportunity Center, the midpeninsula housing and service agency that is located just off El Camino in downtown Palo Alto.
SAN JOSE, Calif., January 30, 2009 -- This week, as the news media was flooded with reports of large corporate lay-offs and swelling unemployment rolls, a small job fair made a big impact in the lives of 17 homeless residents of Santa Clara County.