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By Partners to End Homelessness
Partners to End Homelessness partners with 100,000 Homes Campaign, conducts homeless count. www.ptehms.org
By Exodus Place
A new renovation project has started at Exodus Place, which is a transitional housing facility for men coming out of homelessness. The plan is to transform one of the common rooms into a “Fishing Lodge Café” for the men who live in the building
By Exodus Place
. In 2009, President Obama vowed to end homelessness by 2015, and right here in Grand Rapids, we are doing what we can to help with this mission.
By Passage Home
The City of Raleigh, Wake County, and Passage Home will be holding a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, December 4th at 10:00 am for the new Coleman Street Multi-Family Housing complex to be constructed at 1002 Coleman Street in Raleigh, NC.
By Stanbridge College
Stanbridge College students and staff donated Halloween costumes to 75 homeless children in Orange County through their partnership with Illumination Foundation.
Author, L.M. Henderson is pleased to announce the release of her new book, The Interview. This work is a contemporary fiction novel focusing on the issue of homelessness.
By Netmediauk Limited
NWTV was invited to a fashion show with top singers dancers, a signing choir, lots of sexy models and homeless people!
By The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program Founder to be honored Nov. 2 by The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, a leadership development & community service program headquartered at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.
By GEO TRAVEL CLUB LLC
We are incredibly lucky that all of our overheads are covered by Richard Branson and the Virgin Group, meaning that all donations received, go direct to the frontline where they are needed most.
By North Side Housing & Supportve Services
North Side Housing & Supportive Services’ Annual Event, Rep. Sara Feigenholtz to Keynote
Art4TheHomeless, Eternal Impact, and Camden Midtown Atlanta team up to put Atlanta on the international map of cities participating in World Homeless Action Day
By Lisa Elia PR
SWAP will conduct a bed drop on August 30, donating 15 new beds to the US VETS in Inglewood, Calif. The for-profit social impact mattress company was created to help alleviate homelessness and support low-income housing initiatives.
By Central Iowa Shelter & Services
The 4th Annual Des Moines Zombie Walk is set for Saturday, October 13th at 11 AM. Zombies will assemble at the Zombie Burger + Drink Lab 300 E. Grand Avenue Des Moines. The event raises money and needed items for Central Iowa Shelter & Services.
By Living Advantage, Inc
This year alone 1,500 young adults will have to leave the support of Los Angeles County's foster care system. To build participation from the community, Living Advantage has an exciting outreach program to reveal itself within the coming year.
Young newlyweds, Maryrose and Corey Boggs, relied on Omnitrans buses as a valuable tool to help them find resources and hunt for jobs while living on the streets in San Bernardino county.
By BAM Communications
Embrace SDSU student organization represents both undergraduate and graduate students
By A Grateful Mind Int'l.
"Together for Tomorrow" is a White House initiative aimed at changing the relationship between schools & community partners. In turn, everyone will feel a shared responsibility to improve low-performing schools & aide in the student's success.
#GrowTheGame took place over the weekend in the projects pilot city of San Diego. The event was well received with over 500 people showing their passion for soccer by taking part in 4 major events across two days.
After a fantastic day one of #GrowTheGame San Diego, day two see's soccer fans and administrators move discussion to off-the-field issues with the Future of San Diego Soccer Forum.
By Ellen Banks
Enchanted Makeovers' unique model is the subject of an article on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Website. See what all the buzz is about!
With #GrowTheGame fast approaching (April 14 & 15) - fans & those involved with soccer are encouraged to celebrate at major events being held across the San Diego. Photo opportunities available at all major events over the weekend.
By Soccer Support
Soccer Support announces its legacy project for #GrowTheGame San Diego and also an innovative campaign to have the history of soccer recognized formally in the cities Hall Of Fame.
By Time for Change Foundation
Time for Change Foundation is proud to announce its upcoming 10th Year Anniversary Gala celebration on Thursday April 12, 2012. The event will take place at 6pm in the Valencia room at the National Orange Show.
By stan burridge
Official launch of Meadowell, a specialist healthcare practice for Homeless people.
By Thaney & Associates, CPAs
Marketing Manager, Vicki M James, for Thaney & Associates CPAs, P.C. announced today that the employee contribution of $312 collected through the weekly FUNdraising Jeans Friday program will benefit Alternatives for Battered Women in Rochester, NY.
By The Going the Distance Foundation
Stephen T. Millhouse, former homeless veteran who conceived a 1,460-mile, “My One Man March” (M.O.M.M.) for people who are homeless and hungry, reached his final destination, the LACW Hospitality Kitchen, on Monday, January 2, 2012 at 1pm.
By Jason Breedlove
New Android Market calendar app and book of short stories. Former Inmate Turns Entrepreneur - Jason Breedlove Founded Breedlove Publishing LLC
By Elaine Birks-Mitchell
Project Hope for the Homeless will be providing women with recycled bras.. The Bra Recyclers is a textile recycling company based in Arizona that provides women in need nationwide with the gift of a clean and properly fitted bra.
By Barbara Branagan-Mitchell
Brass City Harvest, the award-winning non-profit organization that in Waterbury, Conn., has elected Barbara Branagan-Mitchell, director of Branagan Communications Consultants LLC in New Milford, Connecticut to their board of directors.
By NorCal Press
CHAM Deliverance Ministry requests a meeting with Bank of America. CHAM is asking respectfully that Bank of America donate 300 homes to homeless families in Santa Clara County this holiday season.
By Stephen Sorenson
Minneapolis business owners distribute organic food to those in need... just in time to spread holiday cheer!
By Mustard Seed
This week, The Mustard Seed launches a unique digital campaign that calls on Calgarians to respond to a critical need in our community.
By Kai Stansberry PR
Supportive housing industry and government leaders, practitioners, and community advocates gathered for a Dinner and Ceremony
By Marx Layne & Company
Community-wide effort to raise the remaining $10 million needed to complete renovations on the NSO Bell Building
By NorCal Press
CHAM Deliverance Ministry is on the frontlines fighting for human rights and help for the poor in the San Jose community. Their annual Thanksgiving meal takes place Wednesday November 23rd and will be providing food and blankets to those in need.
By KMR-Media LLC
When he was 14, Roy was rendered homeless along with his younger sister, Danielle and his baby brother, "Baby" Ray. Homelessness is a serious issue to face as an adult, but for a teen and his siblings, it must have felt like a personal hell.
By Balance Interactive
Balance Interactive will participate with the Fairfax Chamber and the Fairfax County Office to Prevent & End Homelessness for Jean Day 2011: Putting the ZIP on Homelessness.
By Criterion Conferences
Governments and communities are working hard to implement significant reforms to reduce homelessness.
By Kai Stansberry PR/ CSH
Recognizing Permanent Supportive Housing Development in California
By Time for Change Foundation
Time for Change Foundation is hosting an event in celebration of women who have graduated from its transitional living program. Assemblymembers Mike Morrell and Wilmer Amina Carter, Supervisor Josie Gonzalez, and Mayor Patrick Morris will attend.
By Roger Whiting
Homeless and transitioning youth from the Road Home and Palmer Court communities paint a hopeful yet grim picture of life on the streets of Salt Lake City.
By Action On Film
Neglected Bloodlines, an organization that bridges the gap between at-risk communities and public and private institutions, will host its first benefit event – “An Evening of Awareness” – on July 27th at Pasadena’s Action On Film Festival
By Camille Matlack
Families can make “learning about homelessness” a part of their summer vacation experience.
By Strategic Book Group
The Guardian Angel Level is the shocking story of front-line workers in today’s social work/non-profit field, who face becoming casualties themselves as they seek to help others.
By Financial Bin
The Financial Bin is proud to bring its users the story of Greg Staffa. Greg was kind enough to write an article about how he lost his job and his house, yet still found time to help others.
By Kelli Slimp
Horizons for Homeless Children's Roxbury, MA Community Children's Center was recently awarded accreditation by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, a distinction received by only 15% of early childhood education providers.
By Tarrant County Homeless Coalition
Mayor speechless and tearful as formerly homeless individuals give thanks for their new homes
By Indiana Campus Compact
Students from Indiana Campus Compact member campuses across the state are participating in a week-long alternative break focusing on homelessness in Indianapolis.
By Jeff Gilbert, MA, CADC, PCGC, MISA 1 President/CEO
THIS SAT., APRIL 30TH & AGAIN ON SAT., May 7TH, FROM (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.), OVER 100 VOLUNTEERS from Rebuilding Together Aurora and churches will dedicate time (469 N. LAKE STREET, AURORA, IL 60506) to renovate a home for veterans.
By Tarrant County Homeless Coalition
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