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By HomeAid America
Title Company Continues its Efforts to Fight Homelessness with Building Industry Charity
By San Antonio Nerd Night
San Antonio Nerd Night announces its February Nerd Night gaming event, taking place at Geeks Café on Friday, February 12, 2015 at 7:00 pm and benefiting SAMMinistries.
By HomeAid Atlanta
On Wednesday, January 13, HomeAid Atlanta announced the recipients of its tenth annual awards during the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association’s Installation and Awards Program at the Hyatt Atlanta Perimeter at Villa Christina.
By Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Monica
Teens in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Monica’s Keystone Club are bringing awareness about the city’s homelessness issue through a safe overnight “sleep-out” on Jan. 22 from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. on Jan.
By 530 Fullerton Foundation
Board members of a social services organization to become homeless to raise awareness and funds for operations.
By Brazen Architecture
Arash Ghafoori, executive director for the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth, will help lead January 8th's conversation about homeless youth issues -- accompanied by representatives from The Center, Clark County and others.
By HomeAid America
Major Homebuilder Continues its Efforts to Fight Homelessness
By HomeAid America
Friendship Place welcomes First Family to serve the Homeless over the Holidays
By SAMMinistries
Spend National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week with SAMMinistries on Monday, November 16th, 2015 at 10 AM
By Brazen Architecture
Brazen Conversations, a new community outreach event hosted periodically by Brazen Architecture, kicks off in November with a dialogue about homelessness. Future topics may include transgender teens, mental health and minority issues.
By Hayward Task Force
Hayward’s First Ever Homeless Count Study Task Force Committed to Ending Hunger and Homelessness in Hayward
By Family Promise of Greater Denver
Effort organized by 192 affiliated nonprofits across 42 states
By Samaritan Inns
WASHINGTON, DC- On September 16th, 2015, the first family for the new Women with Children program arrived at the Clark Inn, located at 1422 Harvard Street NW.
By NorCal Press
Meet will discuss the need for immediate relief for community’s 4,000 people forced to sleep outside every night. The Affordable Housing Network urges all to join and support the call for the creation of lawful homeless villages.
By Naperville CARES
Naperville CARES received a grant from the DuPage Foundation to prevent homelessness through the CARES Emergency Assistance Program.
By Neighborhood Service Organization
60-year-old nonprofit aims to raise funds and awareness for The Road Home program and NSO Bell Building as part of 2015 Art Van Charity Challenge through June 22
By Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Both Military and Psychology Experts to Discuss the Next Step in the Fight Against Veterans’ Homelessness and Reintegration Back Into Civilian Life
By Trinity Winchester
Raising money and awareness for homeless and other vulnerable people.
By The Chicago School of Psychology
Both Military and Psychology Experts to Discuss the Next Step in the Fight Against Veterans’ Homelessness and Reintegration Back Into Civilian Life on April 30 in Los Angeles
By From Words 2 Action Outreach Ministries
Stop- Look- Listen! We are Down but Not Worthless! We are Human! We Matter Too!
By From Words 2 Action Outreach Ministries
United We Serve the Homeless RV Tour donates snack bags, coffee, clothes & Hugs!
By Prince George's County DSS
LANDOVER, Maryland – Over 200 volunteers and staff participated in Prince George’s County’s annual Point-In-Time (PIT) count of homeless individuals and families that was conducted on Wednesday, January 28, 2015, from 6:00 a.m. until midnight.
By Judith Glynn
A Street Friendship Between an Ordinary Woman and Homeless Woman Leads to an Unlikely Rescue
By Project WeHOPE
Project WeHOPE, a leading provider of homeless care in East Palo Alto, expands its Supportive Housing Program in 2015, offering more courses and case-management resources to help unhoused, homeless and at-risk adults rebuild their lives.
By DuPage Pads
(Wheaton)—DuPagePads and Walgreens collaborated this December to help prevent the families and individuals who are homeless in the county from catching the flu this winter.  Flu shots are covered by the state of Illinois and Medicare.
By Eckerd
Although several organizations aim to help homeless families, a unique feature of this partnership is that rehousing is only the first step. The goal is to keep families from facing homelessness again.
By Andrionna L. Williams, LLC
Fourth Annual Coat and Pajama Drive is underway... Assist us with helping Women and Children that are victims of Homelessness and Domestic Violence
By Leap to Success
Leap to Success receives generous Issa Family Foundation grant
By Trinity Winchester
Gerry O’Keefe, a Trustee of Trinity Winchester, the local charity which supports homeless and other vulnerable people, is cycling 230 miles from London to Paris to raise money for Trinity, and is seeking sponsorship from the local community.
By Tucson Poverello House
After three years of inactivity on its old website, the Tucson Poverello House has created a new website in support of the homeless men it serves.

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