HomelessPRIDE Museum is focusing our Public Service efforts on the issue of Homelessness.

Since 2021, over 13,060 Clean-Up Kits and Holiday Favors have been donated to underserved communities in San Francisco, Hayward, Los Angeles, Stockton, Livermore and San Jose.


For many of us, homelessness feels like a problem that is too big, too complicated to address. The common understandings and representations of homeless communities are incomplete.

Homelessness is lacking stable and appropriate housing. People can be categorized as homeless if they are: living on the streets; moving between temporary shelters, including houses of friends, family and emergency accommodation; living in private boarding houses without a private bathroom or security of occupancy. 

80% of people experiencing homelessness are temporarily homeless due to sudden changes in their lives.
50% of homeless women and children are fleeing domestic violence.
45% of adults experiencing homelessness have worked in the last 30 days.
60% of individuals experiencing homelessness are men.

PRIDE Museum published four COVID-19 Booklets to inform and guide youth!

Over 500 books have been distributed to children and community groups!

All Covid-19 Booklets

PRIDE Museum exceeded expectations with community outreach and enrichment. We fulfilled our Public Service commitment during the COVID-19 pandemic through the Mask Me Network project during 2020-2021, and continue to donate individually wrapped masks in 2022.

1,400 pieces donated:
Handmade 3-Layered Cloth Washable and Reusable Masks

3,000 pieces donated:
Disposable Individually Wrapped Masks

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PRIDE Museum masks are working to protect people in 55 Cities and 13 States.

Locations where we made an impact: Atlanta, GA; Cos Cob, CT; Covina, CA; El Cajon, CA; Elk Grove, CA; Fairburn, GA; Frederick, MD; Fontana, CA; Fresno, CA; Galt, CA; Glendale, CA; Hayward, CA; Hollywood Hills, FL; Hoschton, GA; Huntersville, NC; Jacksonville, FL; Kernersville, NC; La Habra, CA; Lawrenceville, GA; Livermore, CA; Long Beach, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Los Banos, CA; Madera, CA; Marietta, GA; McDonough, GA; Milpitas, CA; Monterey, CA; Oakland, CA; Pacifica, CA; Pasadena, CA; Penryn, CA; Pleasanton, CA; Potomac, MD; Redondo Beach, CA; Round Rock, TX; Roseville, CA; Roswell, GA; Sacramento, CA; San Bernardino, CA; San Dimas, CA; San Francisco, CA; San Ramon, CA; San Jose, CA; Santa Clara, CA; Seattle, WA; Somerset, NJ; Southampton, NY; Stockton, CA; Sunnyvale, CA; Union, SC; Union City, CA; Upland, CA; Vallejo, CA; Waldorf, MD.


PRIDE Museum inspires a new generation of youth to explore careers in technology and science. PRIDE Museum is helping shape high-potential youth into the new winners in the technology job market – those who can show their flexibility and curiosity, are adept at doing multiple things and are smart with essential and valuable skills.

PRIDE Museum is committed to PRESERVE the history of African American technical and scientific pioneers in California’s Silicon Valley, RESEARCH their footpaths of innovation, INVOLVE the minds of youth in understanding the magnitude of the achievements, DEVELOP broad educational collaborations and community partnerships and ENRICH the lives of youth and their families with success models that will impact generations. We support positive character and academic traits by providing thought-provoking concepts and interactive leadership programs.

NEW Books! We All Care About Earth! 

PRIDE Museum is helping to develop the next generation of global citizens with the introduction of KWANZAA VILLAGE BOOKS.

Expand each child’s understanding of the Environment with real information that highlights Kwanzaa, Sustainable Agriculture, and Climate Change. Each book focuses on an environmental situation affecting our natural world.

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Dear PRIDE Museum,
I’m coming up on my two-year anniversary at Space Systems and I’m proud to say all is going well. I’m working on interesting projects and seem to be gaining the respect and recognition of my peers and superiors – I’ve even gotten a few pay raises! It seems I’m beginning to find my niche, and as such, continue to remain ever grateful for the expertise and efforts of PRIDE Museum. – Joey W.