Coalition for the Homeless


For partial support of the gymnasium renovation at Camp Homeward Bound, the nation's first summer sleep-away camp designed specifically for homeless children.  The gymnasium is the largest building at camp and hosts many of the children’s activities.

Since 1981, the Coalition for the Homeless has lead the way in reducing mass homelessness in New York City through cost-effective and compassionate strategies. Through advocacy and direct service programs, like crisis intervention, job training, youth services, housing, and emergency food, the Coalition serves thousands daily. The Coalition is considered one of the most credible sources of information on homelessness, its causes, and its solutions.