MICAH- Metropolitan Interfaith Council on Affordable Housing

MICAH- Metropolitan Interfaith Council on Affordable Housing, MICAH- Metropolitan Interfaith Council on Affordable Housing
463 Maria


463 Maria

Email: sue@micah.org


13701 Riverwalk Place #203


Thxgiving day pass out Food

Email: ptxglove@gmail.com

Instagram: Genuine007a




National Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Tailgate (Educational/Awareness) scheduled on Friday, 11/22/19. This event will provide information about homelessness in our nationally and locally.

We are also conducting an "Undergarment Drive" for men and women. Our drive runs until December 6, 2019


Professional Project Partners, Inc.

Professional Project Partners, Inc.
580 Market Street, Suite 101


Our office is shutting down early to volunteer at local non-profit organization Meals from the Heartland, packaging food for people who are malnourished. Food is distributed across Iowa, the US and the world.

Email: Ashley.Scott@p-3-inc.com


NJIT, New Jersey Institute of Technology
150 Bleeker St.


We are hosting a canned food drive for the food pantry all week and also doing a tabling event today 11/20 from 2:30-4pm so that students can learn about food insecurity and also do an offering of letters

Email: amber.danku@gmail.com

Maui Homeless Alliance

Maui Homeless Alliance
PO Box 847


Monday, November 18th  Mayors Proclamation 9:00 am – County Building, 9th floor, Mayor Conference Room

Tuesday, November 19th  Sign Waving –4:30 pm to 5:30 pm o Central Maui -Kaahumanu Avenue, Macy’s side of parking lot o West Maui- Cannery Mall parking lot. Let us focus the signs on homelessness (No Promotional Signs or Banners) feel free to wear your organizational T-Shirts. This will show the community that we are not promoting our programs but working in unity to alleviate homelessness. Some sign examples: “Homeless Not Helpless” “Homelessness Hurts Everyone!” “Homelessness is Everyone’s Problem! “Imagine a Maui where everyone lives in a home!” “Paradise is when everyone lives in a home!” It can happen to anyone!” Homelessness can happen to anyone!” “Think about the Keiki! “Doing nothing costs something!” “Doing nothing costs too much!” “Got Shelter? “Got Home?” “Homelessness affects YOU! You can affect Homelessness!” Homeless not Helpless! Me Casa es No Casa!

Wednesday November 20th  Candlelight Vigil – 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm o Queen Kaahumanu Shopping Center, Center Stage

Thursday, November 21th  The Patrick Foyle Resource Fair for the Homeless– 9:00 am to 1:00 pm o SALVATION ARMY 45 West Kamehameha Ave. Kahului, HI o 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM FREE FOOD! FREE GIVEAWAYS

Questions call: Joyce Kawakami Feed My Sheep (808) 872-9100

Email: joyce@feedmysheepmaui.com

Housing & Emergency Support Services

Housing & Emergency Support Services
705 Oakwood #106


Campaign to bring awareness and collect donations for the HESS program’s continued fight to end homeless in our community.

Email: jmatlack@fcsohio.org

Instagram: hessatfcs

Opening Doors Northwest Florida, Inc.

Opening Doors Northwest Florida, Inc.
1020 North New Warrington Road


Homeless Vigil (All I ask of you...remember my name) November 21st. The event will be held in partnership with the local mens emergency shelter, music, joyful dance and over 30 names will be remembered. Hot chocolate and goodies will be provided by the County Tax collector out of a restored trolley.

November 18th, Free Hepatitis A shots will be available for the homeless.

November 26th, Pre-Thanksgiving Day dinner served to our Special Guest with all the trimmings to Homeless, At-Risk Youths, Struggling Families, and all those in need in our community.

Our appreciation to the board of Santa Rosa and Escambia County Commissioners; and to the City of Pensacola Council for proclaiming “National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week” Nov. 16-24, 2019.

Email: serenek@openingdoorsnwfl.org

Covenant House Florida

Covenant House Florida
733 Breakers Avenue


On November 21, 2019, fundraise for Covenant House to keep the lights on and the doors open for kids in need by spending an evening getting to know some of the young people whose lives will be better because of your efforts on their behalf.
Sleep Out: South Florida is about showing homeless youth unconditional love and absolute respect — demonstrating in word and action that you care about them. Through Sleep Out, you become an advocate for homeless youth and raise funds for the Covenant House programs that offer them the chance of an abundant life away from the streets and out of harm’s way.

Email: rdamico@covenanthousefl.org

Mighty people of God

Mighty people of God
1313 10th st


We plan to feed the hungry and pass out clothes.

Email: Dianamedina40@gmail.co