Community Supported Shelters

Pre-Housing Shelter Services for People Experiencing Homelessness


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Community Supported Shelters

Pre-Housing Shelter Services for People Experiencing Homelessness


Our Mission

Helping the unhoused rebuild their lives through intentional community.

CSS is a rapidly growing non-profit 501(c)(3) based in Eugene, Oregon. We are leading the way on shelter options for individuals experiencing homelessness. We build sturdy Conestoga Hut shelters that are pleasing to the eye, create caring and collaborative communities, and provide extensive support that empowers clients to stabilize and rebuild their lives. 

How to contribute to CSS:

  • Contribute towards our camps’ needs list 
  • Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter
  • Donate
  • Deliver seasoned firewood to keep our campers warm in the winter
  • Help us connect with local businesses that have building materials to donate

Office Hours:

Monday – Friday 1:00 – 4:00pm

Upcoming Events

CSS Spring Social

Sunday, May 15th  4:00 – 8:00pm

The Friendly Garden, 2758 Friendly St, Eugene

Music, friends and fun!

Join us for a casual evening in an outdoor setting, with a silent auction, food carts, and updates on CSS.

CSS Shop for Shelters – Virtual Silent Auction

Community Supported Shelters is launching our first ever Shop for Shelters virtual silent auction, May 14th through May 23rd. Our goal is to raise $5,000. You can help us achieve this goal by participating in our auction!

Your donation helps us provide resources and support our clients need to reach their goals, and in getting into to better situations such as stable housing, and steady employment. The Auction will kick off at noon on May 14th and end on Monday, May 23rd.

Follow this link to our Shop for Shelters auction:

Tours of Safe Spot Communities

Next Tour – TBA  Contact Heather Quaas-Annsa for more information at

Community Supported Shelters does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, religion, language, ethnicity, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, or political beliefs.