$100,000 MATCH CHALLENGE!
Thanks to an extremely generous couple who believe in the critical importance of CCEH’s work, every new gift or new pledge received before December 31st, 2020 will be matched dollar-for-dollar until we hit $100,000!
This means up to $200,000 will go toward our programs, providing basic needs like showers and laundry, a warm bed, case worker support, and invaluable kindness and care. Together we can be sure everyone has a safe, stable, affordable and decent place to call home!
See below for how to contribute today to DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT!
JOIN US AS WE TAKE THE NEXT STEP IN ENDING HOMELESSNESS IN OUR COMMUNITY
“Ending homelessness in our community is one of my top priorities. The Concord Coalition to End Homelessness is taking another giant step toward this goal, and I am reaching out for your support. To learn more, please join us at this event.” Byron Champlin, Honorary Chair Safe Spaces II
We couldn’t agree more and are honored to have Byron’s support. We think this video about one of CCEH’s guests who we were able to house through our Housing First Program speaks to the value of the work of CCEH and our goal of ending homelessness in the greater Concord area: Davian’s Story
To donate to our Safe Spaces II: The Next Step campaign today:
- CLICK HERE to fill out a Pledge Form online; OR
- Download, print and mail a paper copy: Safe Spaces II Pledge Form; OR
- Donate right now through PayPal by clicking the “DONATE” button below:
CCEH is committed to ending homelessness in Concord because we believe that every person has value, and ending homelessness is absolutely possible. Our first Safe Spaces campaign in 2017, a huge success, provided sufficient funds to build the life-saving Emergency Winter Shelter and support all of our programs for three years.
Now we’re asking you to take The Next Step toward ending homelessness in Greater Concord.
Donations to Safe Spaces II: The Next Step allowed us to purchase a downtown building and renovate it into four apartments, providing safe and supported housing to people who have lived in shelters, cars and the woods. Donations will also keep our essential programs operating for another three years, as well as provide seed money for future projects.
FOR MORE DETAILS ABOUT THIS FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN (AND A PRINTABLE .PDF FILE TO SHARE) CLICK HERE: Safe Spaces II: The Next Step