Once again, four-time World Series-winning Manager Bruce Bochy and his wife Kim will team up with Amici's East Coast Pizzeria to raise money to help Bay Area families in need. Amici's will donate an incredible 100% of sales from both San Francisco restaurant locations to the Homeless Prenatal Program. Bruce and Kim will make special guest appearances at both Amici's locations on August 7th and will be available for autographs and photos.
The KNBR 680 Morning Show with Brian Murphy and Paul McCaffrey will broadcast LIVE from the King Street location from 6am -10am on that day and will host interviews with Bruce Bochy and HPP's Founder and Executive Director, Martha Ryan. Join us to watch the KNBR show and sweepstakes tickets will also be available to purchase.
Enter our Sweepstakes for a chance to win signed Giants memorabilia and more!
Entries open now through August 12th. Make sure to check back regularly for updated prizes.
The Homeless Prenatal Program is a nationally-recognized family resource center in San Francisco that empowers homeless and low-income families, particularly mothers motivated by pregnancy and parenthood, to find within themselves the strength and confidence they need to transform their lives. The agency serves over 4,000 low-income and homeless families annually, providing a variety of programs and services to help families become healthy, stable and self-sufficient. Founded in 1989, HPP first opened its doors in the closet of a homeless shelter located in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district to help provide prenatal care to women who otherwise would not receive it. Over two and a half decades, HPP's focus has shifted from that of an agency devoted exclusively to the provision of prenatal care, to that of a family resource center with a broader mission: in partnership with our families, break the cycle of childhood poverty. With service-delivery steeped in the evidence-based Protective Factors Framework, HPP supports both parents and children in order to strengthen the whole family. The agency partners with parents to address family needs during the transformative stages from pregnancy through kindergarten.