We estimate that Sonoma County has more than 3,000 homeless people
Not having a home or living in poor or transitional housing leads to increased risk of depression, anxiety and other mental health issues. Children living in these conditions are more susceptible to behavioral problems and have more difficulty learning in school.
Conversely, a home reduces stress and leads to better mental health for all. A safe home also reduces toxins and infectious disease leading to improved overall physical health. A home is a place where a person feels safe and accepted.
Ways to Donate
To take time out of your busy day to volunteer in the service of others, shows generosity, selflessness, kindness and compassion.
Our day job is Inspired Spaces Interior Design, a women-owned and operated company, led by CEO and lead designer, Natasha Stocker. Her vision was always to start a non-profit organization in order to be of service and give back to the Sonoma County community.
What We Do
Inspired Spaces Foundation works with individuals and families in Sonoma County, who have been homeless or are at risk of being homeless, furnishing their permanent home once they have obtained it. We also partner with local non-profit organizations.
Why We Do It
It is estimated that there are at least 3,000 homeless people in Sonoma County. While there are a myriad of reasons for homelessness, such as lack of affordable housing, no job or lack of income, each person has their own unique, personal story and a powerful desire to have a home.
3388 Regional Parkway, Suite B
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Call: (707) 546-0997