2016 'Tea for' Two raises more than $27,000 

Haven resident Loretta Obteshka and Soroptomist Carol Whitson.

SOS Executive Director Kathy King and Bon Marche

Thrift Store owner Anna. 

SOS staffer Maddie Murray and her grandparents, Nancy and Gary Bodan-Gonser. 

Jude Sales, vice president of SOS and Brown Baggers, with volunteer Allyson Etherington.

Tea basket prize, donated by Mountanos Family coffee & Tea.

Members of the Sonoma Alliance Church. 

Silver table sponsor Kay Heigle, center, and friends.

Judith Walsh and Mary Corroon.

Master of Ceremonies and Sonoma First District Supervisor Susan Gorin with Kathy King, SOS' executive director.

Sonoma Alliance Church member hams it up with his mad hat.

Teen Services helpers show off some hats.

Sonoma City Council members Rachel Hundly and Madolyn Agrimonti, left, get ready to judge the hat contest. The winner of the most elegant hat was Barbara Wells.

Young men from Teen Services Sonoma ready to serve.

Sonoma Overnight Support: 707-939-6777

151 1st St. W., Sonoma, CA 95476

The Brown Baggers volunteers prepare & distribute burritos

 or sandwich lunches at The Haven and other Sonoma locations. 


We offer resident- and non-resident clients counseling, referrals to other agencies, computer use, laundry services, showers and hot meals. 

The Haven is a 10-bed home

that serves low-income adult

men, women and families who

lack stable housing.