Project Safe Camp
Join us in making a difference for the homeless in Fresno! We Are Not Invisible has started the Safe Camp Project- an effort to provide a safe lot of land for those who are homeless to camp until they can find permanent housing.
The Safe Camp provides a tent, bedding, and other living essentials for each resident on the property. The camp also provides a kitchen area and food, bathrooms, sinks, laundry basins, and other hygiene amenities, as well as security.
Stated journalist Joel Pickford, “Homeless activist, Dez Martinez, has established a clean, well-managed homeless camp beneath the freeway 41 overpass in downtown Fresno. She has set up a bathroom, shower, kitchen, pantry, office, patio and has even installed planters to beautify the property. Solar power and other green technologies are ingeniously used throughout the camp. She screens prospective residents rigorously and sees to it that everyone follows rules and works every day to maintain the camp.”
How can you help with Project Safe Camp?
- Interested in getting involved with the Safe Camp? Fill out our Volunteer Form
- Show your support for our homeless and the safe camp. Add your name here.
- Donate ongoing items, such as food and other consumables HERE food and other consumables HERE
- Donate funds for the camp via Venmo @We-Are-Not-Invisible
- Donate items needed for the camp on We Are Not Invisible AMAZON WISHLIST HERE
- We are in need of supplies to sustain operations on a dirt field. Donations of plastic pallets, gravel to cover the ground, solar lights, storage sheds are needed. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to assist with these items.
- More opportunities will be listed on this page and on the Homeless In Fresno Facebook page.