Volunteering While Black

Volunteering While Black
3717 Atlanta St.


We have Chili, Coats and Cupcakes. We are feeding our family that us experiencing homelessness and providing warm clothing and essentials.

Email: Info@volunteeringwhileblack.org

Instagram: Volunteering While Black

Blessing Others All The Time, Inc. (BOATT)

Blessing Others All The Time, Inc. (BOATT)
P O Box 8370

We are preparing Thanksgiving baskets for 250 families. They will be delivered to all the families that signed up this week.

Email: getontheboatt@gmail.com

Cobb County Community Services Board

Cobb County Community Services Board
3830 South Cobb Dr. Marietta


We will only do online promotion of homelessness awareness

Email: mobrien@cobbcsb.com

Student Volunteer Council

Student Volunteer Council, Princeton University
7747 Legere Court


We are having a Community Partner panel with local Princeton-area organizations to talk about hunger and housing instability- especially how it has been exacerbated during the pandemic.

Email: inimick@princeton.edu

Instagram: @pace_princeton

Jefferson County Public Library

Jefferson County Public Library
7525 West 57th Ave


We are hosting a Community Conversation on Wednesday November 18 from 6-730 PM MST. It will be on the zoom platform. A link to the program is here: https://jeffcolibrary.bibliocommons.com/events/5f9c85f2517f743a000e367a

Email: jennifer.reading@jeffcolibrary.org

Chico Housing Action Team

Chico Housing Action Team

Social media posts about housing, hunger, and homelessness, and about CHAT's work with housing formerly homeless people and our food distribution program for CHAT residents.

Email: theresa@chicohousingactionteam.net
Twitter: chicohousaction
Instagram: chico_housing_action_team

Partners for Housing

Partners for Housing
151 Good Counsel Drive


New pillow, pillowcase and children's bedding drive.

Email: info@partnersforhousing.org

Undergraduate Student Government

Undergraduate Student Government, University of Cincinnati
655 Steger Student Life Center
2801 UC MainStreet

2801 UC MainStreet

Mondays Event: Live Q&A Session by Panel: How are the unhoused battling COVID-19? What needs to change? hosted by Health for the Homeless
Tuesday's Events: Clothing Drive + Knit-A-Thon (knitting for the unhoused) hosted by UC Knits
Wednesday's Event: Donation Drive (for campus food pantry, Bearcats Pantry)
Thursday's Events: "Limited Means, Healthy Meals" recipe cards on Residence Hall Association IG story @uofcincyRHA; Hunger Banquet hosted by One for the World UC
Friday's Event: Documentary Night (Storied Streets)

Email: arvinnn@mail.uc.edu

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness

Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness
257 Lawrence Street


In recognition of National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness has partnered with Connecticut Conference of Municipalities and Sustainable CT to launch our municipal homelessness prevention campaign this week. This is not a specific event, but rather a set of opportunities for communities around our state to begin engaging with work to end homelessness locally, in their regions, and around the state. CCEH is asking towns to pass resolutions committing the town to ending homelessness in the region and taking specific actions which will be rewarded by points under the Sustainable CT certification framework starting in January of 2021.

CCEH is also pleased to be launching our annual be homeful for the holidays campaign this week. The be homeful project gives kids, families, and communities tools for learning about how homelessness affects local children and taking action to help by raising much-needed shelter diversion funds to help local families stay at home. We are looking for kids in Connecticut to join our group of be homeful ambassadors, a group of passionate young leaders committed to ending homelessness in their communities and around the state.

Email: mravich@cceh.org
Twitter: ccehtweets
Instagram: cceh_on_ig

HomeAid Northern Virginia

HomeAid Northern Virginia
3684 Centerview Drive, Suite 110B


HomeAid Northern Virginia's 'Builders for Babies' initiative is collecting diapers, baby wipes, and formula for families and children in need.

Builders for Babies is simple in concept and execution: Organizations and individuals collect or purchase diapers and baby wipes for our communities’ littlest citizens (for those ordering online, request to ship directly to the HomeAid office). Then, we will deliver all of the donated products to emergency shelters and other housing and non-profit organizations, which will distribute them to those in need.

The initiative is critical: The cost of disposable diapers can be as high as $70-80 per month, per baby (nearly $1,000 per year!)—a huge expense for families already struggling to get by. It can mean the difference between struggling parents trying to stretch supplies by leaving diapers on their babies longer than they should, or even trying to clean out and re-use dirtied diapers, leading to painful diaper rash and discomfort.

Order directly from our Amazon WishList (https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/3UI6MMYQ9NFBV?ref_=wl_share)

Email: cpretorius@homeaidnova.org
Twitter: @HomeAidNoVA
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homeaidnova/