Nonprofit Execs Get Rich Off Homelessness

Street Spirit, Feb. 14, 2015 

San Francisco spends tens of millions of dollars on high salaries at large charities, yet it builds very little housing for homeless people. The vast majority of money pumped into nonprofits goes not to food, shelter or housing, but to the salaries of managers and directors. Republished from Street Spirit and Street Sheet, January 2001 issues.  (more)

Uniformly Unfair

Street Sheet, Nov. 1, 2014

Inability to get out of bed in the morning or to use the bathroom might become grounds for expulsion from San Francisco’s homeless shelters if new rules are adopted. (more)