Ending Homelessness: Get Involved

Here are some upcoming one time events and on going projects where you are needed.

Upcoming Events


CNHED Advocacy Day

Monday, April 23, 2018
Wilson Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Ave NW

This year CNHED is asking that the Housing Production Trust Fund receive an additional $20 million to build affordable units. The cost of living and housing has continued to rise and additional funding is needed to assist low to moderate-income residents.

Join your fellow CNHED members and supporters on April 23 to ask the Council to make sure these programs are not forgotten as they work on the FY19 budget. It's important that you RSVP TODAY so that we can ensure you are matched with your council member in time for Advocacy Day.

Learn more about CNHED's budget recommendations concerning housing, small business, and homelessness.


The Way Home Briefing

Wednesday, April 25th from 930-11
Wilson Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Ave NW

Join the Way Home for a briefing about the budget with the DC council. You can also read about The Way Home's budget priorities. For more details, email Jesse Rabinowitz at jesse.rabinowitz@miriamskitchen.org


I Rent, I Vote: Tenant Town Hall and Candidate Forum

Hosted by Fair Budget Coalition and Latino Economic Development Center
Saturday, May 12 at 11 AM - 3 PM
All Souls Church Unitarian, 1500 Harvard St NW

This year the Tenant Town Hall will be a forum for candidates in the upcoming primary election to debate how they plan to handle tenants rights and affordable housing issues.   For more information see the Facebook Event.  

Recent News

Some recent articles about homelessness you might be interested in:


For more information contact: 

Ben Roberts, Director of Social Justice Ministries at broberts@foundryumc.org or the Foundry Homelessness Action team at endhomelessness@foundryumc.org.  

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Volunteer Opportunities

Consider one of these local organizations

Miriam's Kitchen
They are looking for reliable volunteers to serve meals who can commit to joining us once a month, preferably on a long-term basis.


N Street Village
Volunteers work as learning lab monitors and tutors, prepare and serve lunches and dinners, pick up donations, help maintain our courtyard garden, help with fundraising and event planning, and offer their professional health services to women in our Wellness Center.

So Others May Eat
Volunteers play an essential role in SOME’s work, helping to feed the homeless and poor in our Dining Rooms, tutor children in our affordable housing programs for families, serve vulnerable elderly and more.

Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development
Volunteers help advocate for affordable housing and economic opportunities for the District.