Photo Galleries

It may have been cold outside, but inside was full of warmth and gratitude during our Winter Thank-a-Thon. Fueled by pizza and party hats, we called over 235 donors—including one in the UK!—just to say “thanks” for putting care and support within reach for our clients. As one supporter said, "Thank you for calling. I love our mission and what you do.


"We hear you, we feel you, we call out your names, for strength and power to keep your death from being in vain, guiding our principles towards ending the pain, that the traumatic events of homelessness so often bring."


On Thursday, December 13, staff served up turkey, stuffing and smiles to clients at our downtown and Baltimore County clinics. 

Find out how you can make someone’s holiday season just a bit brighter here


Health Care for the Homeless staff from across all sites gathered at the Rusty Scupper for a day of dancing, singing, gift giving and of course, ugly holiday sweaters. 

Though many competed, there could only be one winner of the 2018 Ugliest Holiday Sweater Competition.

And that winner is ...


What do you get when you combine 400+ runners and volunteers, wild socks and a sunny November day at Lake Montebello?


On Wednesday, October 24, Constellation volunteers and student nurses from Stevenson University joined us for the fourth annual Flu Vaccine Day of Service. By the end of the day, nearly 300 clients (292 to be exact) got brand new winter coats and all recieved a flu shot during the event or in the days before!


On October 4, eight volunteers from Edwards Performance Solutions and Whiteford, Taylor, Preston law joined in a clinic clean up, Injustice Walk and a discussion on homelessness as part of United Way’s Day of Action. Take a look at pictures from the day here.


Thanks to affordable housing advocates like YOU, the Taxation and Finance Committee voted to Fund the Trust!


Posters, pizza, and appreciation…oh my! We called over 400 donors to thank them for their support of our work and to tell them all about what they make possible for our staff and clients. Enjoy some photos from the event below. 


The Health Care for the Homeless community is full of people who pitch in their time, money and expertise to support our mission of ending homelessness. For that, we are truly grateful. On August 9, our staff members came together to write letters to all those that make our work possible. And we had fun doing it! Are you one of the many that support our work?