Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week is an annual program where people come together across the country to draw attention to the problems of hunger and homelessness. Participating groups send the week holding a series of educational, service, fundraising, and advocacy events. This week and all weeks we must do all we can to remedy these gross injustices in our society.
Though we call on politicians everywhere to adopt a Homeless Bill of Rights and a humane, equitable approach to food policy, you don’t have to be an elected representative to make a difference.
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You can get involved with Time For Homes by volunteering in your own communities. Our Engage For Change program gives individuals the tools and resources they need in order to drive meaningful, systemic change in how we approach homelessness and the alleviation of poverty right in their communities.
Time For Homes relies on the generous support of the public to enable its life-saving work.
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Please do not studiously ignore the homeless person on the park bench or look away from the one sitting on the sidewalk as you pass. Greet them or strike up a small conversation. Many homeless people report that more difficult than giving up their possessions is giving up the dignity of being seen.
Social media is a great way to increase awareness and build support, here are some graphics and sample tweets you can post to support our goal to end homelessness.