thunderclap-logoNovember 15, 2014 kicks off National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.  Join The Homeless Coalition of Palm Beach County as we take our mission to end homelessness to Palm Beach County and beyond!

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American Honda Birdies for Children program is a vehicle for local charities to team up with The Honda Classic and present their donor base with a chance to win a new Honda automobile, while at the same time, the charity receives 100% of the proceeds plus a 10% matching contribution courtesy of The Honda Classic.

 

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Our greatest need in Palm Beach County is affordable low income housing. We cannot solve homelessness without homes. We must ACT!

The Homeless Coalition of Palm Beach County has partnered with Clear Channel to create a radio campaign called ACT! The campaign seeks to dispel common stereotypes about the homeless, raise awareness about the issue and to inspire the community to take action.

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    Take a Swing at Ending Homelessness

     

    Take a swing at ending homelessness and follow thru for Sickle Cell! Reserve your foursome for our celebrity tournament at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach on November 10th.

    Tickets include: 4 gift packages, golf carts, use of locker room facilities , lunch, photo package, etc…

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Want to Donate?

The Homeless Coalition always welcomes your donations to help clients at the Lewis Center. The donation room provides clothing, pantry items, house wares and toys for Lewis Center residents and formerly homeless individuals and families who are moving into permanent housing. More

Paving the Way

The Homeless Coalition is “Paving the Way” to end homelessness in Palm Beach County. While the agencies who directly serve the homeless provide the foundation along this journey, the community supplies the brick and mortar that will help us solidify our goal.

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Faces of Homelessness

Briana was working on her getting her bachelor’s degree in chemistry at Florida International University when severe asthma forced her to drop out and move home. But being at home did not last long, family issues forced her to leave. Briana and her daughter were homeless.

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