Today marks one year since Ready to Work welcomed its first clients into its shelter. Since that day when our initial cohort settled into its bunks, we have seen the program grow and have witnessed … [Read more...] about One year, many successes
If you have a bicycle, you can help support men who are looking to leave homelessness behind. The Full Moon Riders, Stockton's downtown once-a-month bike club, are making a $1 donation for every … [Read more...] about Ride for Ready to Work
We know homelessness is a huge challenge for San Joaquin County. In April 2019, we learned how huge that challenge is. According to the 2019 Point in Time Count, there are at least 1,558 homeless … [Read more...] about RTW helps face expanded challenge
If you thought you saw Ready to Work clients on the side of the highway, you weren't mistaken. Our clients are working to clean up our community thanks to a public-private partnership with Caltrans … [Read more...] about Clients, Caltrans, city of Stockton clean up community
The Bank of America Foundation has awarded Ready to Work $25,000 for the current fiscal year. It’s a direct investment in our clients’ economic independence. The Foundation’s grant is already … [Read more...] about B of A Foundation invests in brighter economic future
On July 18, Ready to Work welcomed its first cohort of clients to its shelter facility. It was a big day for our program. Even though it seems like we’ve been waiting of this day forever, RTW went … [Read more...] about Ready to Work welcomes first clients!
Ready to Work clients will soon be visible maintaining Caltrans property all around the City of Stockton. On Aug. 21, the City of Stockton awarded RTW a contract to employ our clients — homeless … [Read more...] about Caltrans, City of Stockton join the RTW team