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2016 Chocolate Affair


Health Care for the Homeless 2016 Chocolate Affair

Saturday, February 6, 6:30-10:30 p.m.

Baltimore Marriott Waterfront


Kick up your heels.

Indulge in Baltimore's best chocolate.

And support our new clinic in West Baltimore.

Purchase tickets here
Individual tickets: $250 | Tables: $2,500
For more information, call 443-703-1345

Homelessness is increasing and the need for our services is greater than ever.
So we are expanding our care into West Baltimore, one of the city’s most underserved communities.
Together, let’s make sure that thousands of our new neighbors get the care they need.

Last year at Chocolate...Several Baltimore families posed a challenge to guests to mark the 30th anniversary of Health Care for the Homeless: If we raised $50,000 during the Fund-A-Need auction, they would match it with another $50,000.

But our guests didn’t stop at $50,000. They gave $113,000: more than twice the challenge amount! All told, Chocolate raised $450,000 in 2015, which is more than any other year in the event’s history. What an amazing tribute to our shared commitment to ending homelessness and saving lives.

What an awesome challenge for us at Chocolate 2016! Our new clinic in West Baltimore positions us to reach thousands of new individuals experiencing homelessness. Together, let's surpass the amount raised at Chocolate last year in order to ensure that our neighbors without homes in West Baltimore receive the health care and supportive services they need.

At Health Care for the Homeless, 200 staff members work daily to prevent and end homelessness. In 2015, these dedicated professionals will provide 10,000 children and adults with medical and dental care, therapy and addictions counseling, transportation and housing support—20% more people than in 2014. Additionally, we are passionate advocates, advancing policies that support affordable housing, comprehensive
health care and livable incomes for all.

With partners like you, Health Care for the Homeless will meet the needs of a growing number of neighbors without homes. Together, we will serve more people and serve them better.

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