If you’re looking for ways to fight poverty this fall, consider being part of Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week. For more than forty years, this nationwide event has helped bring together communities to declare that every person deserves a meal and a home.
Visit HHweek.org to learn more about Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week.
Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week takes place this year from November 11-19. The week is a chance to educate your community, draw attention to the problem of poverty,
and recruit new volunteers and supporters for local anti-poverty agencies.
This amazing event was first held in 1975, and this year more than 750 colleges, community groups, and faith-based groups across the country will take part.
You can help build the movement to end poverty by organizing Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week in your community this year. To do so, you would spend the week holding community service, fundraising, and educational events to engage your community around hunger and homelessness.
If you’re interested in participating, visit HHweek.org to learn how to get involved.