Share believes every person counts. Together we pursue a
stronger community by building relationships, advocating
for equitable access to housing and food stability while
empowering every individual to grow and thrive.
WHERE YOU CAN HELP
When a client moves into permanent housing, many don’t have the additional funds to purchase basic household items, making it difficult to turn that house into a home. We could use your help to create ‘move-in’ baskets!
Share Summer Meals!
This summer, free grab-n-go meals for all kids and teens ages 18 and under will be available at multiple sites from June 21 to August 13. No paperwork is required, and we do not collect personal information. Children must be present to receive a meal.
Share is committed to actively working to dismantle racist systems, focusing on sustainable solutions to structural racism, police violence, and inequitable economic, health care, and education systems.
We value a community where diversity of people and ideas are respected, with equity, inclusion, and dignity for all.
Our programs prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, economic status, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation and marital or family status.
With the assistance of our community and our skilled and compassionate staff, Share provides food for all ages, operates four shelters, provides rental assistance with caring case management to help our clients secure affordable housing, and we assist those living on the streets as well as those at risk of losing their home.
Our organization is founded on respectful partnerships with local businesses, faith-based communities, nonprofit organizations, volunteers, school groups, and civic organizations who are bonded by the Clark County Spirit in support of one another.