Cold snaps can be death sentences for the homeless

We recently read an article "Cold comfort: U.S. homeless shelters overwhelmed in brutal weather," which shared how overwhelmed shelters are and not just in the US. For example, homeless are dying in places typically known for their warmth, like Texas. Homelessness is on the rise in the United States, according to federal survey data released …

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Happy First Day of Spring

Before we get into the highlights of what has happened since our last update we want to make sure you have all registered for the Coming Together Hunger Conference. We are co-hosting with the Food Bank of Delaware and are SUPER excited about this year's event! We are anticipating nearly 200 students to attend for …

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MLK Day is a National Day of Service #MLKDay

Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and so it only makes sense that it is also a National Day of Service. Martin Luther King, Jr. did so much every day of his life to help others reach equality. I'd like to think on a smaller level I'm trying to help people be more equal, …

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Polar vortex doesn’t scare us, we’re here to help

Wilmington, DE and Newark, DE have had code purple systems in place for years thanks to the Friendship House. Churches and a bunch of volunteers open sanctuary to the homeless to get off the street when temperatures drop below 20 degrees which has been happening all week in Delaware. Kent County began establishing this system …

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