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Health Care for the Homeless exists because the community sees injustice and wants to fix it.
Each day 100s of people are helped by Chris Ashworth, whose Baltimore small business put up a $10,000 match for Health Care for the Homeless donations on Giving Tuesday.
And each day, people are helped by seven-year-old Sascha Hurwitz, who sets aside a portion of her weekly allowance for Health Care for the Homeless and one morning brought in an envelope bulging with 117 $1 bills—because she wanted to make sure as many people possible (read: 117) would benefit from her gift.
"From 1952 until her death, my mother worked with chronically indigent mentally ill and mentally disabled homeless folks, finding them housing. I can't do that. But I can give money."
In 2016 we had $21,401,130 in revenue:
And in 2016 we had $19,105,326 in expenses:
Please see Our Work in 2016.
Please see our 2015 Audit.