Diversity Commission 2022 Community Service Day Project

Pleasant Hill Diversity Commission: Economic Diversity Statement

The Pleasant Hill Diversity Commission is committed to fostering an inclusive environment for all residents. We embrace and welcome the diverse experiences of every unique community member that make up the fabric of our city.  

Based on surveys conducted in 2019 and 2022 published by Contra Costa Health Housing and Homeless Services, there are nearly 60 residents of Pleasant Hill that are homeless. Recognizing that all of our residents do not have the same means, the Commission has chosen to collect supplies to create care packages for our homeless residents as our contribution to Community Service Day. Please consider making a donation of one or more of the items listed below. We thank you for your support.

There is a bin in the front lobby of City Hall for donations and donations will be collected on Community Service Day in the park.

Items for Collection

Socks (new)
Waterless (dry) shampoo
Body wipes
Hand sanitizer

Drawstring backpacks
Gallon Ziploc Bags

Moving blankets (60x72” blankets from Pleasant Hill's Harbor Freight or another local hardware or moving supplies store are preferred) -- no fleece blankets please

Gift cards to Harbor Freight, Big 5, and Dick’s Sporting Goods to purchase needed supplies can be dropped off to the attention of Danielle Habr at the front desk of City Hall during regular business hours.