HandUp lets you donate essentials like toiletries, clothes, and housing directly to homeless individuals in your neighborhood.
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HandUp, the startup that helps homeless people, has been acquiredIn slightly bittersweet news, startup HandUp is selling itself to the Detroit-based South Oakland Shelter for an undisclosed amount. This isn't your typical Silicon Valley exit where the founders and investors made a bunch of money. HandUp CEO Rose Broome described it to me as a "primary philanthropic acquisition."
HandUp's new gift cards let you help the homeless without having to give them cashHandUp has unveiled a new product designed to make it easier for anyone to give directly to their homeless neighbors. The company has teamed up with Project Homeless Connect in San Francisco to launch its HandUp Gift Cards. These gift cards can be given to anyone in need, thereby enabling them to co...