The Marin Project was created to help homeless and low-income families and individuals obtain the most basic necessities of food and shelter. Homelessness is one of the most extreme misfortunes that someone can experience in their lifetime, and is something that can affect anyone in this economy.
The project’s visionary, John Liviakis, chose to share his love of music in support of the homeless community. Through The Marin Project’s benefit concert and CD sales, our mission is to help those who are struggling to find homes and sustain a livable lifestyle by donating to Homeward Bound Marin. Homeward Bound of Marin’s mission of “opening doors to safety, dignity, hope and independence” is coupled with a vision that “everyone deserves a place to call home.”
Homeward Bound is Marin County’s chief provider of shelter and residential services for homeless families and individuals, serving approximately 1,400 people per year in 14 inter-related residential programs. Their overarching goal is to end homelessness in Marin County. To that end, they offer supportive services designed to end homelessness in the life of every person served, whatever their circumstances.
Homeward Bound residents have built an admirable record of success: in 2010-11, 90% of families served and 83% of adults completing our programs moved to stable housing.
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