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Safe Sober Social Community Events

Through ‘safe, sober, social’ community events, City Hope provides a place for people to gather, enjoying quality food and an opportunity to relax and build community. By showing movies, engaging in game nights, hosting communal breakfasts and talent shows, we are building trust and relationships in our community, letting our neighbors know that they are valued, heard and seen.

 

 

Game Night

every Monday 6 - 8 PM | Volunteer through the Calendar

What is game night at City Hope? Fun! Fun! Fun! Join us and the Tenderloin community in an interactive evening dedicated to games with friends and neighbors. The evening begins with a home-cooked meal and the good times continue with an assortment of games. Games may include Scrabble, cards, Yahtzee, dominoes and larger group games like Pictionary or trivia. This safe, sober and social event brings people together from various residences in the Tenderloin who want to connect with others.

Game nights are great opportunity for individuals, community groups, and families to hang out and help out. We are always looking for volunteers to welcome participants, serve dinner and join in the games.

 

Dinner and a Movie

every Wednesday 6 - 8 PM | Volunteer through the Calendar

During movie nights we invite our Tenderloin neighbors to join us for dinner and a film. Some nights we select a recently-released blockbuster, and other nights we kickback to a classic. Together we share in the experience of the film and enjoy a home-cooked meal and one another’s company. This community event offers a safe, sober, and social activity for those wanting to connect with others.

This is a great opportunity for individuals wanting to help greet or serve the meal. Community groups are welcome to provide a full meal and if interested, run a trivia game before the movie.

 

Monthly Saturday Breakfast

8 - 10 AM | Volunteer through the Calendar

Come help prepare breakfast for our local neighbors living in nearby SROs (Single‐ Room Occupancy residences) or on the street. This much-needed meal also provides an opportunity for neighbors to build relationships and learn about other ways to get connected to healthy community.

Commitment Level:

Individuals or groups may attend these events once or multiple times. We have found that the greatest impact happens through regular volunteering, and we suggest small groups consider attending on a recurring interval (e.g. last week of every month, etc.)

 

For more information email Melisa Blankenship