It's been a year and a half since Jordan Green went missing.
He was last seen leaving Over Bar and Grill where he worked. Green was only 24 years old when he disappeared in November of 2015.
His family members are still holding onto hope that he may still be out there.
Christopher Neaves, Green's cousin, used his humanities class project as a way to give back to the community and get the word out about his missing family member.
His friend and classmate, Jacquelynn Jaso spent Sunday morning with Neaves handing out plastic bags full of essentials to the homeless.
The bags were filled with water bottles, chips, clothes, toothpaste, a toothbrush, and a special flyer, reminding people to tell police if they see Jordan.
Neaves said this gives him reassurance.
"I'm putting the word out... I'm doing my part by spreading the word and letting people know to keep looking, keep searching," he said.
Neaves said got the idea from his mom.
"I told her I had a community service project and she said 'why don't we pass things out to the homeless not only because it's the right thing to do but because we can spread the word about your cousin Jordan.'"
Neaves said although he's realistic, he'll never lose hope.
"All I can do is pray and just hope he is okay. Hopefully we find him and that's all I could really hope for," he said.
Anyone with any information is urged to contact SAPD or Crime Stoppers at 210-224-STOP (210-224-7867).