This week, Mission Local is participating in a Bay-Area-wide push to cover homelessness. You may remember this project from a similar effort in June, in which we produced stories about where homeless people’s property goes, a couple displaced by a fire who lived in their car for months, and a homeless family.

This week we have brought you responses to Proposition Q from those living on the streets and an update from the ongoing saga over whether or not a group of nuns will open a soup kitchen on Mission Street.

You can see a collection of work being produced by more than 80 local news outlets here and read the Chronicle’s letter to readers on the project here.

For many readers, stories about homelessness inspire them to help, but it can be difficult to figure out the best way to do so. The San Francisco Chronicle, in collaboration with the other SF Homeless Project news organizations, put together this list of organizations and the non-monetary needs they have if you are interested in donating your time or goods. You can view the formatted table here.