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9th November
2010
written by Catherine An

We know you.

Seriously, we do. You’re a thoughtful, fair-minded, well-intentioned supporter of the National Alliance to End Homelessness. You’ve read our reports, tried our online interactive tools, casually visit this blog, and haven’t yet filtered out our Facebook updates (we’re trying to moderate them – promise).

We know you. We knew you get it. Homelessness is a problem that persists in the United States but together, you know we can end it. You know it’s about housing, you know it’s about services, you know it’s about systems-level change. You don’t need the speech – you can recite it yourself.

But this year, we’re asking you do to a little tiny bit more. You don’t need us to tell you that this year has been particularly tough on the economically vulnerable. The children, families, veterans, and individuals who are currently experiencing homelessness need every friend they have.

And we’re hoping we can count you among them.

And while we would sincerely appreciate any contribution you could spare, you can support the cause in a number of other ways:

  • Sign up for the newsletter and stay up-to-date with all the Alliance news.
  • Keep up with the Alliance on our social networks (you can find links to them on our homepage. They’re you’re first stop for breaking news relating to homelessness and housing.
  • Join our advocacy networks and give of your time and passion. The Alliance hosts campaigns to persuade our elected officials prioritize homeless assistance – and every voice matters.
  • Did we mention you could always donate?

Thank you – so much – for your support. We know it’s not easy to stay engaged, especially during the busy holiday season but rest assured that we’re always grateful for all of your support.

For more information about the Alliance, giving, or other ways to get (and stay!) involved, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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