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Columbia Homeless Shelters Expect To See Increase This Season
Shelters in the Missouri town are preparing for more homeless individuals who will need shelter this winter. The Columbia Interface Resource Center is looking for a permanent location for their day center
 

Congress Needs To Do So Much More To Help The Homeless Veterans
There is a new bipartisan bill in the House called the "Clothe a Homeless Hero Act." The bill will allow clothing left at airports to be donated to veterans. HUD stated in 2011 there were about 67,000 homeless veterans on any given night
 

Cook County's Food Pantries Are Experiencing Record Usage
Since October 2012, there have been over 550,000 visits at food pantries across Cook County in Illinois. Many food pantries throughout the United States have reported increased visitors in the last twelve months
 

Corporation Donates $30,000 To The Southeast Missouri Food Bank
The Archer Daniels Midland Company donated the funds to support the Truck to the Table Mobile Food Pantry which is a program of Southeast Missouri Food Bank
 

Corvallis Homeless Shelter Coalition Has Found New Location
Last-minute public and private financial support has enabled the homeless shelter for men to open this winter. The new location is 530 S.W. Fourth St. It will be open from 7 pm to 7 am daily and will offer light snacks and coffee to residents.
 

Could We End Homelessness In America With The Money That Is Spent On Christmas Decorations?
The acting assistant Housing Secretary for Community Planning and Development, Mark Johnston, stated that $20 billion is needed to end the problem of homelessness in America. That amount of money is not that much when compared to
 

Countywide Food Drive Announced By AIDS Project Los Angeles
APLA is going to launch their food drive on November 12 by having the event at their North Hollywood NOLP warehouse. This is the program’s headquarters for collecting and also for sorting food items for distribution
 

Cyndi Lauper Joins Hud In Promoting One-Night Counts Of Homeless
HUD is asking nearly 3,000 cities, as well as counties to conduct counts of homeless persons for their “Point-in-Time" survey. The count is to be carried out throughout the last ten days of this month
 

Denver Prohibits Homeless From Sleeping On The Streets
It's been one year since the city of Denver passed an ordinance prohibiting camping in the city. There still are many homeless people sleeping on the streets but there haven't been any arrests. Too few are being directed to homeless shelters because the city lacks them.
 

Developer of Affordable Housing Seeks $2 Million
On June 26th, The Elk Grove City Council in California is going to consider a conditional loan of $2 million to Pacific West Communities who wants to build an affordable housing project near Backer Ranch Road and Elk Grove Boulevard.
 

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