Sleep Out: Los Angeles
Join us on November 18, 2021
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One Purpose, One Night
sleep out date: november 18, 2021 | 7:00 pm - 7:00 am
There are over 6,000 young people without a safe place to sleep every night in Los Angeles County. Those young people come to Covenant House California seeking safe shelter, nourishing food, clean clothing, and essential services like job training, education, healthcare, mental health counseling, and legal aid. By Sleeping Out in solidarity with our young people, you are supporting their journeys to independence.
100% of the money raised will be directly allocated to our services and help Covenant House California continue to provide 24/7 care. And, the awareness you raise helps us provide a better future for youth overcoming homelessness, urging us closer to a world where everyone has a safe place to sleep. Together, we will end youth homelessness across California.
how TO SLEEP OUT IN SOLIDARITY WITH YOUTH FACING HOMELESSNESS
In a season where all of us have experienced uncertainty, our youth at Covenant House California have felt the impact of the pandemic most profoundly. While we really wanted to gather in person this year, our number one priority is keeping our campus open for young people turning to us for shelter and services. It’s with that singular priority that we’ve made the decision to pursue a virtual Sleep Out again this year.
You will be able to join the live, interactive online program with CHC alumni, front-line staff, and fellow Sleepers from across California. At night, these Sleepers will join us by giving up their beds and Sleeping Out in backyards, garages, porches, terraces, and floors across CA.
Companies are making a big difference in the youth homelessness crisis by becoming sponsors, making in-kind donations and matching gifts, and rallying teams of employees to Sleep Out. 100% of every dollar, including corporate donations, goes directly to our services.
For any questions, please contact Rose Rather at [email protected]