"Thank you all for the strength and power to state boldly that
this type of work is our Gospel made visible." - Jim Lovell, Executive Director, TACO.
How To Help By Volunteering
TACO is indebted to volunteers from thirty-five local churches and many other organizations, who help prepare the Monday and Friday meals, raise funds at their own churches and within their own communities, drive, shop, pick up food, gather supplies, and help in many other creative ways. For more information about volunteering, click here.
TACO is also indebted to medical professionals who volunteer in the clinics. For more information, contact Jim Lovell.
How To Help By Donating
TACO is always grateful for in-kind and financial gifts, which help meet the continuing costs of providing meals and services to those in need. As an IRS designated 501(c) 3 non-profit charitable organization, monetary contributions to TACO are tax-deductible to the extent permissible.
To see a list of suggestions for in-kind gifts or to make a donation online click here.
How To Help Through Advocacy
Personal advocacy is a powerful tool for advancing the cause of the city's homeless. This section will contain issues important to TACO. For more information on how you can help through advocacy click here.
Click here to read about Larry Milligan's fast against "sleeping tickets."