San Francisco ChronicleHardworking heroes move faster than City Hall to help homeless, April 2016

“Within view of the mayor’s balcony at City Hall last week was a display of fast-moving, innovative, entrepreneurial work about homelessness. Say what?”

“We’ve told you before about Lava Mae, the nonprofit started less than three years ago to turn decommissioned Muni buses into mobile shower stalls for homeless people. It’s time for another check-in because in that short time, the organization has been copied around the world, has plans to expand to San Jose and Los Angeles, and has launched a Pop-Up Care Village. It was on display for the first time Tuesday next to the Main Library and furthers Lava Mae’s goal of “radical hospitality” for the homeless.”

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