Santa Clara County Bay Area

Friends of Hue Foundation provides emergency assistance, disaster relief and disaster preparedness education in the Bay Area.   We have a trained emergency response team to help with natural disaster.  During the 2017 Coyote Creek Flood, our volunteers provided food and emergency shelter assistance to flood victims, and helped with filing claims for the victims.  

For the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we have relief programs to deliver food to senior and low-income residents that lack accessibility.  Our organization provide assistance for housing, unemployment, and small business loan applications.  Working with homeless agencies and local restaurants,  we’ve provided survival kits and meals to the homeless population.  In response to outcry of healthcare workers, we gathered and donated over 40,000 essential PPEs and hand sanitizers to hospitals, health clinics and nursing homes.

Who we are - Our mission

Friends of Hue Foundation is a community-based organization that provides educational and social outreach programs to underserved and marginalized ethnic communities. Our aim is to build a better community through bridging cultural gaps while strengthening the community resiliency and well-being by improving access to healthcare and social services. We have three main services aiming at community resilience building: 1. Outreach and awareness of healthcare and social issues. 2. Youth empowerment and culture events to bridge culture gaps. 3. Emergency assistance, disaster relief and preparedness education.

Friend of Hue Foundation is a 501c-3 nonprofit foundation with tax exempt ID: 77-0543081.