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Everyone—housed or unhoused—has something valuable to give others. Help end homelessness by sharing your gift.
Health Care for the Homeless participates in a variety of workplace campaigns. Designate Health Care for the Homeless as the beneficiary of your gift by using the numbers below:
And be sure to ask your company to match your gift. Many local employers have matching gift programs available; talk to your human resources team about how you can join them. A sample of local employers with matching gift programs:
Stock gifts can help you avoid capital gains taxes while supporting Health Care for the Homeless. If you plan to make a stock gift, email email@example.com or call director of development Kevin Feldt at 443-703-1395. Here is the information your broker will need:
DTC #0443 (Pershing, LLC)
A/C: Healthcare for the Homeless, Inc.
Broker Contact: Anthony Lazarewicz—410-244-4670
A benefit hosted by you with your colleagues, professional network, community group or fellow sports and book club members can make life-saving care possible for individuals and families struggling to make it off the streets.
Each year, area individuals and groups find creative ways to raise essential resources to support our mission and work.
10-year-old Madeline and 9-year-old Lily sold lemonade in 2015 to raise $21 for Health Care for the Homeless.
Men’s retailer The QG hosts Bourbon & Bowties, an annual charity event to raise money for a variety of organizations. In 2015, the event raised $20,000 for Health Care for the Homeless.
Other examples of recent community-based fundraising efforts on our clients’ behalf:
Catering company Chef’s Expressions hosted a ticketed wine dinner and donated a portion of the ticket proceeds
Local fitness instructor Tisha Guthrie hosts an annual Zumbathon to raise funds
Employees at the Canton Coldstone Creamery hold an annual sing-off each summer and donate their tips
Personal trainer James Williams held a Michael Jackson pilates class as a benefit
BSO second violinist James Umber hosted a concert at a local church
Have a little fun, spread a little culture and cheer, and help us support our neighbors without homes!
If you’d like to host a benefit for Health Care for the Homeless, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our clients always need toothbrushes, soap and shampoo. They also need new socks and underwear. See the items we currently accept here.
**Due to legal and practical limitations, we cannot accept certain goods, including furnishings, prescription medications and custom-fit medical equipment. Instead, please contact the Salvation Army of Central Maryland, Project Plase or the Resource Exchange of St. Vincent de Paul Church.
These make for fun family and friend projects. Here’s how:
Before you bring your items to our clinic, please email email@example.com to schedule a drop off and verify need.
Help neighbors in need by assembling and donating bags of items that make life on the streets just a little more manageable.
Place some or all of the following items in a drawstring bag, backpack or gallon-size Ziploc bag:
Help new moms and their little ones by assembling and donating a bundle of baby items to make their time together just a little bit sweeter.
Place some or all of the following items in a diaper bag or a baby bathtub: