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In an average month, Brunswick County Homeless Coalition provides direct assistance to about 20-30 at-risk individuals or families to help keep them from becoming homeless and provides about 7-14 nights of emergency shelter to individuals and families who are homeless. Because Brunswick County has no general permanent transitional shelter, many are referred to shelters in Horry and New Hanover Counties. Brunswick County Homeless Coalition volunteers work 365 days a year to answer calls from people in need.
Brunswick County Homeless Coalition would like to say thank you to groups and organizations who have provided recent financial donations. Donations go directly to help people in need here in Brunswick County.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
ALLEGANY FRANCISCAN ASSOCIATES, Allegany, NY
SEA TRAIL GARDEN CLUB OUTREACH COMMITTEE, Sunset Beach, NC
OCEAN RIDGE CHARITIES ASSOCIATION, INC., Ocean Isle Beach, NC
SOUTHWEST BRUNSWICK NEWCOMERS CLUB, Ocean Isle Beach, NC
The Seventh Annual Hunger and Homeless Banquet and Soup Luncheon
Basic Information Observing National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week (Nov 10-18, 2018), The Brunswick County Homeless Coalition invites you to attend the Seventh Annual Hunger & Homeless Banquet and Soup Luncheon on Nov 10th in Shallotte, NC. A lunch of homemade soups and bread will be provided. There is no cost to attend, but donations will be welcome.
This year’s program will be held at the BSRI facility in Shallotte, NC, located on Express Drive. The program is scheduled to run from 10am to 2pm, and will focus on solutions to problems that we face.
Please register below if you plan to attend the 2018 Seventh Hunger and Homeless Banquet and Soup Luncheon.
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Besides the delicious soups, you will hear the powerful stories of solutions at work, find out from local leaders about what’s being done to address the problem (and how you can help), and participate with Resea Willis of BHO of Bolivia, NC in working out new solutions together that are a perfect fit for our communities.
You are invited to pre-register for the event on the Brunswick County Homeless Coalition website to help the organizers prepare for the appropriate number of guests. There is no cost to register or attend; donations of any amount are appreciated and will help people right here in Brunswick County.
National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week in an event held each November which began at Villanova University in 1975. It’s an annual program across the country to draw attention to the problems of hunger and homelessness. Held at more than 700 locations each year, with hundreds of thousands of participants, this event has raised millions of dollars for local service providers across the country. Participating groups spend the week holding a series of educational, service, fundraising, and advocacy events. The Seventh Annual Hunger and Homeless Banquet and Soup Luncheon is Brunswick County’s registered National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week event, held to raise awareness and work toward solutions here at home.
The Seventh Annual Hunger and Homeless Banquet and Soup Luncheon is organized by the Brunswick County Homeless Coalition. The Coalition meets the second Tuesday of the month at the BSRI Senior Center in Shallotte, NC. You can find out more at the Brunswick County Homeless Coalition website.
Publicity Your help in getting the word out about this event is very much appreciated. The more people that are able to attend, the more support can be gathered and the more resources can be mobilized against the fight against hunger and homelessness right here at home.
BCHC currently meets the second Tuesday of the month at 6 pm. Meetings are held at the BSRI Center at Shallotte, 3620 Express Drive, Shallotte, NC. Thank you to BSRI for making this possible.Who should attend:
Representatives from area churches, civic groups, and other service organizations
New volunteers (If you'd like to volunteer with us, attending a meeting is often a good first step.)