Tellus Angel's Foundation

Helping the homeless achieve greatness

Saving Grace

Homeless and alone, but you are not forgotten

Community comes first at Tellus-Angel’s. 

Here at Tellus-Angel’s we believe everyone has their place within society and no one should be cast aside and forgotten. We create a foundation that works with the persons natural skill set so when they are accepted into public housing, they are ready to thrive on their own. Even after our Tellus-Angel’s leave the foundation, we will continue to provide them with the resources they need to hurdle any obstacles they may encounter along the way.

No one should be left behind

According to the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Annual Homeless Assessment Report, as of 2017 there were around 554,000 homeless people in the United States on a given night, or 0.17% of the population.

That is over a half million people, and this number keeps growing daily.

What we do

  • Provide temporary housing to homeless individuals while we help them find public housing.
  • Find them the medical care they need.
  • Help them apply for their three ID’s.
  • Provide food.
  • Provide specialized skill training through the Trine-System we work within. 

What we don’t do

  • Is give up!


We have independent housing units, for better transitioning to public housing. 


We work in trine with Domum-Trine and Paw Cross foundation to provide specialized training that covers most fields. 


We do not leave them behind once public housing is found. We continue to provide hands on guidance. 

To be fully seen by somebody, and be loved anyhow–this is a human offering that can border on miraculous.

Elizabeth Gilbert

We will not stop until homelessness is eradicated

Working within a trine

Our Trine


We work in trine with Domum-Trine a development company, and Paw Cross foundation. Working within a trine helps strengthen each cause. 


Working with the Paw Cross Foundation

Become a animal coach today

The Paw Cross Foundation rescues dogs that are on a kill shelters euthanasia list. They rehabilitate the dogs enhancing their own natural skill-sets to turn them into ESA’s or Service animals. If you are homeless and enjoy working with animals click on the “more info” button to find out more.