As we all face the challenge of this public health crisis, it is more important now than ever that we turn towards our community and ask ourselves, how can we support the most vulnerable among us?
3 ways you can support MCCH and our clients as we deal with COVID-19
1. Contribute to the Creating Hope During COVID Fund
The ongoing pandemic has affected everyone's lives, but those who have been evicted or are experiencing homelessness are especially vulnerable. A Columbia University analysis shows a potential 40% increase in homelessness as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to rise. You can ensure the the safety and health of our neighbors most in need by providing them a home and ongoing support. Give a generous gift today to show your care and help us reach this goal.
- Provides housing and support for those who were evicted during the pandemic
- Ensures our formerly homeless clients in their homes scattered across the county are safe
- Provides support our dedicated staff during this time.
2. Join the 30x30 Move-In Kit Challenge
Help men moving out of our emergency shelter and into homes of their own by providing a move-in kit! This collection of essential household items provides someone with all the physical items they need to be successful in their new home. Provide a move-in kit or hold a collection drive with your own community so your neighbors can finally be safe at home.
3. Provide a Meal for the Shelter and Formerly Homeless Clients
- Donate a meal for men in our emergency shelters
- Donate a meal to our 2 veterans Safe Haven shelters (Email email@example.com for more information)
- Donate meals to food insecure families and people in supportive housing (Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information)
4. Provide Supplies for the Shelter and Formerly Homeless Clients
- Donate items from our COVID-19 Needed Supplies list
To ensure the safety of donors, staff and the people we serve, we offer a No Contact Drop Off at all our locations.
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