A month-long campaign to raise awareness and fight homelessness
Did you know? Over 2.5 million Americans will experience homelessness this year? Over 1 million will be children and nearly 7 million are at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
Join HomeAid's 19 chapters across the U.S., during the month of November to learn:
“HomeAid’s Homelessness Awareness Month is a time to learn about your neighbors experiencing homelessness, have a genuine discussion about solutions, and provide opportunities to take action to provide safe, dignified housing and support services needed to rebuild lives,” said Scott Larson, CEO of HomeAid America, whose mission is to end homelessness through housing, outreach and advocacy.
Most of HomeAid’s 19 chapters are expected to participate in the month-long effort. Some of the specific events and activities that are planned for the month include:
Nov 1-HA Sacramento Spread the Warmth Blanket Drive begins
Nov 1-HA Orange County Thanksgiving Basket Drive begins
Nov 1-HA Houston HALO Luncheon
Nov 1-HA Houston Thanksgiving Basket Drive & Assembly
Nov 1-HA Colorado Operation Stand Down
Nov 4-HA Northern California Warm Essentials Drive
Nov 7-HA Inland Empire Champions Breakfast
Nov 7-HA Northern California Pass Toy Drive
Nov 8-HA Colorado PWB CareKit Collection
Nov 9-HA Northern Virginia 17th Annual Gala & Auction
Nov 11-HA Orange County Resource Building Materials and West Coast Sand and Gravel Golf Tournament
Nov 11-HA Phoenix Share the Warmth Essentials drive
Nov 14-HA Twin Cities Give to the Max Day
Nov 16-HA Houston Care Day
Nov 17-HA Orange County Thanksgiving Basket assembly
Nov 22–HA Austin Homecoming event
Nov 22–HA Portland Builders Ball
Together, we can end homelessness through housing, outreach, and awareness.
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