Homelessness is a National Problem, with Local Solutions!
On #GivingTuesday, and during this holiday season, we invite you to contribute to ending homelessness!
Hundreds of full time volunteers from around the country are preventing homelessness by committing a year or more of their time to work together with the National Coalition for the Homeless to impact families and individuals in local communities through education, job training, counseling, legal assistance and capacity building.
The National Coalition for the Homeless is reducing homelessness by using its nationwide network of advocates, students and service providers to communicate effective and permanent solutions to ending an individual’s homelessness. National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week (November 10-18, 2012) brought to our attention new information from around the country about how the national problem of homelessness is being met and solved effectively through local solutions.
Through ongoing partnerships and initiatives with the National Coalition for the Homeless, local communities nationwide are ending homelessness by meeting the ever increasing need for affordable housing, living wage jobs and mainstream resources. Outreach is provided to everyone eligible including veterans, families, elders, children, LGBT and at-risk youth.
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We advocate to prevent & end homelessness, provide emergency services, & protect the civil rights of those experiencing homelessness.