Unhoused Community in Sacramento

Unhoused community in Sacramento  Thank you for stopping by the Martha Riley Library where Unity of Roseville meets in person on FIRST SUNDAYS at 11 AM. While you're enjoying the Farmer's Market in the parking lot or visiting us for our Sunday Service, you may drop off items for Rev. Mary to distribute during the week. She has "adopted" a small unhoused community on E Street and G Street under Hwy 80 in Sacramento.

  "As we know, the unhoused population has grown significantly over the past few years. So many people have found themselves without shelter, food, safety, etc. I remember Jesus' teaching: 'Whatever you do to the least of them, you do to me.' As I pass these streets on a daily basis, I realize that I am called to take care of whomever is right in front of me. Your support would help, tremendously. Please consider the items listed below. No need to clean out closets. Thank you for caring about those who are currently experiencing these conditions. God bless you." - Rev. Mary


  • Tarps
  • Hand Sanitizer (individual containers)
  • Feminine Hygiene products
  • Water
  • Juice boxes
  • Peanut Butter & Cheese crackers
  • Large disposable gloves
  • Large trash bags (for cleaning up debris/garbage)
  • Warm gloves (new)
  • Socks (new)