Local and national events -- virtual or safe and in person -- that will help you become more informed, connected & equipped.
2023 State of Homelessness Address
Date: April 13
Register for Livestream: Here
Housing Forward invites you to register for the 2023 State of Homelessness Address on April 13th! Our annual State of Homelessness Address is a platform to reflect on the progress made in addressing homelessness, celebrate successes, discuss the plans for future action, and announce the official Point-in-Time (PIT) count data.
The in person event has sold out, but please register for the livestream on Zoom. This insightful event will have contributions from renowned experts in the field and impactful stories from our homeless response system. Together, we can make homelessness rare, brief, and non-recurring in Dallas and Collin Counties.
Be A Gamechanger with Souper Bowl of Caring!
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What if every person watching the Big Game on February 13 donated just $1 or 1 can of food to a local food charity?
Get your church together to host a Souper Bowl of Caring drive to benefit your local food charity.
Join other churches, schools, and groups across the nation as we make sure that no one goes without soup in their bowl. Contact Mandy for more information at email@example.com or call 1-800-358-SOUP.
"When We Unite" Series
We're releasing a series of topical updates for churches, nonprofits, and other leaders to provide more information on the current status of each "issue" and how we can help:
The Food Supply Chain and Hunger
Coming Alongside Public School Family and Staff
Preventing Evictions and Homelessness
Supporting Our Neighbors Emotionally
StopOne Suicide Mental Health Training
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, aiming to fight stigma, provide support, educate the public, and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and their families. YOU can be the ONE to #StopOne. Click here to view and register for free mental health training.
Family Ministry Trainings
Experience one of the Great Commandment Network courses yourself and then offer a course (online or in-person) for your church or community. Click here to view and register for any of these events.
Upcoming COPE Event
The Cost of Poverty Experience (COPE) offers between 50 and 140 participants a glimpse into the lives of low-income individuals and families living in our community -- the obstacles, decisions, and consequences that impact them every day. If you are interested in attending or hosting a Cost of Poverty Experience, please click here for more information.