Upcoming Events

Community Connections

Join us in small group settings for a round table discussion on area homelessness at one of our upcoming Community Connections events.

Registration is required. Please click the Register button below for full details.


Fall 2023 Dates

October 25, 5:30-7 pm
November 29, 5:30-7 pm

Properly Lit a Holiday lighting competition benefiting Shelters of Saratoga.

Properly Lit – A Holiday Lighting Competition


November 1-January 6, 2024
City of Saratoga Springs

25 local homeowners go head to head with holiday decor! The top three homes win prizes donated by local businesses. All entry and sponsor fees provide safe shelter and support services that help people facing homelessness regain housing and achieve financial self-sufficiency. 


Charitable Planning & Gifting Symposium 

November 15, 2023, 10-11:30 am

Unlock the secrets of philanthropic sustainability, hosted by Managing Partner and Founder of Sage Hill Advisory & Management, Philip J. Toffel, JD and Charles Joseph, CAP at this free virtual symposium.

On the agenda:
– Gauging Your Financial Independence
– Qualitative Factors in Giving
– Planning, Planning, Planning
– and much more!


Saratoga New Year’s Fest

December 31, 2023
Various venues, City of Saratoga Springs

Ring in 2024 and support Shelters of Saratoga at the Saratoga New Year’s Fest, featuring Grammy award artists Joan Osborne and Robert Randolph (with more acts to be announced). Enjoy fireworks and family-friendly activities as part of your button purchase!

Purchase your New Year’s Fest button using our promo code, and $5 of your sale is donated to Shelters of Saratoga – helping our neighbors overcome homelessness. 

Use Coupon Code: SheltersOfSaratoga at checkout!

Past Events

One Fine Day – June 27, 2023

More than 200 community members attended our annual luncheon held at the beautiful Saratoga National Golf Course on June 27, 2023. The day was filled with hope that one day we will can solve the issue of homelessness and provide fair and equitable access to housing, a basic human need. Over $75,000 was contributed to provide shelter and supportive services.

Hope Honoree: Sam Halajian – PC-A, was honored for providing boots on the ground medical care to those facing homelessness. Sam shares our philosophy of meeting people where they are and forming trusting relationships as the catalyst for care, compassion, and change.

Nancy’s Story: Nancy overcame homelessness through SOS’s emergency shelter but she found so much more than housing. She courageously shared her story with attendees at One Fine Day. Her story is featured on our blog.

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