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Yesterday, our advocacy team joined other participants in The Way Home campaign to hear about Mayor Gray's 2015 budget proposal ... and what measures could be put in place to address chronic homelessness in the District.
We knew the Mayor had committed to ending veterans homelessness in D.C. several times recently. But until we saw the budget, we wouldn't know what kind of resources the city might have to meet that goal.
Come join Miriam's Kitchen's volunteers, supporters and staff for a Happy Hour on Wednesday, April 9th, 2014 at Brixton (www.brixtondc.com) from 5:30-9pm.
Brixton will donate 10% of net sales during the Happy Hour to Miriam's Kitchen's programs and we will be collecting ground coffee!
We'd love to see many of you to enjoy some fun time before we crank it up in the kitchen for our Mission Possible Gala on May 3rd.
Recommendations Aim to End Chronic Homelessness in D.C.
By Increasing Investment and Efficiency in Permanent Supportive Housing Program
Miriam’s Kitchen Launches Innovative Alliance with Hospitality Leaders to Take on Homelessness in D.C.
Strategic Effort to Allocate Resources (S.E.A.R.) Initiative Leverages Talents and Influence of Hospitality Industry to Create Meaningful and Lasting Change
“The Way Home: Ending Chronic Homelessness in D.C.” Will Build Public Support and Momentum around Proven Strategies to end Chronic Homelessness in our Nation’s Capital
Initial Efforts Will Target D.C.’s Chronically Homeless Veteran Population
We’ve been pretty slammed at MK lately. As you probably know, together with our partners across the city, we're getting ready to launch “The Way Home: Ending Chronic Homelessness in D.C.”
Join DC residents, people of faith, non-profit organizations, and other groups as we launch The Way Home campaign to end chronic homelessness in DC by 2017.
When: January 29th from 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Where: National City Christian Church
5 Thomas Cir NW, Washington, DC 20005
Come to show your support and hear from local and national experts, fomerly homeless individuals, and others about solutions to chronic homelessness.