Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Night of Outreach and Learning

Last Monday night, I arrived at the “Homeless Count” organized by the Downtown DC Business Improvement District (BID), nervous and excited to participate in a direct service activity, after a month and a half into my research and advocacy internship … Continue reading

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Why Membership Matters to Youth

Through being a member of NCH, find out how you can help LGBTQ youth deal with the risk of homelessness. Here is some insight from our summer intern, Meghana Sthanam. This summer, I am fortunate to be able to advocate … Continue reading

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Homelessness: An Issue of Convenience Impacting Others

Yesterday evening, NCH hosted an event called “Can You Hear Us?” outdoors in Shevchenko Park, in the Dupont Cirlce neighborhood of Washington, DC . Four members of our Speaker’s Bureau presented their personal stories and advice to a group of … Continue reading

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Why Membership Matters to Hunter Scott

Hunter Scott is a student at American University and was an intern at NCH this past spring. Since his time working in NCH’s office, he has remained involved with the Coalition and the battle to end homelessness. Read Hunter’s unique … Continue reading

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Why Membership Matters to Fred Karnas

Fred Karnas has been involved at NCH for decades. His long term commitment to ending and preventing homelessness is inspirational and we at NCH are grateful to have members as supportive and enthusiastic as Fred. Below he explains why Membership … Continue reading

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