Mobile showers for SF’s homeless
Urban Onramps posts about Doniece Sandoval, a tech entrepreneur in San Francisco who, rather than pass by homeless people on the street without a second glance, is turning retired city buses into mobile showers for the homeless. More than 6,500 homeless people sleep on the street or in shelters in San Francisco, and there are only eight shower facilities specifically available to the homeless.
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