Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc .

Emergency Shelter Provider in Tampa, FL

Welcome to HHH

What is Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc. and its focus?

 

HHH is a an emergency shelter provider in Tampa, FL. It is a  501(c)(3) licensed corporation. Our CH number is  (32900) and we have been in operation since 2009.


HHH's focus revolves around the chronically homeless, who are having a hard time getting it together. In addition, HHH assists individuals, who have no job, money or do not fit the criteria for shelter.

 

 









We’re pleased to announce our new partnership with Touched by Flowers, a national floral service. When you have a need to send flowers, please check out www.touchedbyflowers.com/HHH 


Every online order will benefit Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc.


  • The First 14 individuals of Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc.
    The First 14 individuals of Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc.
  • Concession Stand crew at Raymond James Stadium
    Concession Stand crew at Raymond James Stadium
  • Concession Stand Crew at Tropican field.
    Concession Stand Crew at Tropican field.
  • Main Office
    Main Office
  • Homeless Individuals whom raised monies for the first Homeless Shelter.
    Homeless Individuals whom raised monies for the first Homeless Shelter.
  • Tampa Bay Blues Festival, St. Petersburg, Fl
    Tampa Bay Blues Festival, St. Petersburg, Fl
  • Selling Wood Flowers at Tampa Bay Blues Festival
    Selling Wood Flowers at Tampa Bay Blues Festival
The First 14 individuals of Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc.
The First 14 individuals of Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc.

NEW PROJECT THAT WILL BENEFIT THE TAMPA COMMUNITY

 

Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc. (HHH) would like to introduce a new project that would serve as a point of refuge during the day for the homeless. This would be a benefit to the homeless, the community, as well as, the City of Tampa.

 

No one believed the counterintuitive concept of the homeless helping the homeless would work. Now, six years later, HHH has designed a system in which out of 100 homeless individuals, who come to HHH  for emergency shelter, 90% are productive in some shape, form or fashion. That's a fact that nobody can deny!

 

The new project that HHH is about to launch, will give homeless individuals an alternative destination besides being downtown during the day. Understand this project is not to force the homeless to be somewhere we do not want to be. It is designed to be an alternate location where the homeless can feel safe, receive services and contribute in whatever way they can.

 

If only 60% of the homeless at this new site become productive again, do you think this project would be worth doing?

 

We believe through our experience with a similar prototype, this project will benefit the homeless, the community and the City of Tampa.

 

Take a look at the Future Homeless Cafe project and see a video and slideshow of the architectural plans. (Click on Future Cafe Tab.). Afterward, contact us to answer any questions you may have, because we would truly like for you to be one of our allies, as we go through this preliminary process.

 

Think of the possibility.