Covenant House: One night can make a difference.
I’m Sleeping Out
On November 21st, I will sleep on the street – so homeless kids don’t have to for Covenant House.
The Sleep Out is not about pretending to be homeless. It’s an act of solidarity with the 4.2 million young people who experience homelessness each year. It’s a decision that we can’t stay indoors while so many kids remain outside.
One night can make a difference.
As part of my Sleep Out, I am raising funds and awareness for Covenant House, a shelter for kids experiencing homelessness and trafficking. Covenant House offers these brave young people so much more than a safe place to sleep – they provide absolute respect, unconditional love, and essential services to help youth transition from homelessness to independence.
They are ALL good kids desperately in need of help getting off the streets. Covenant House’s first goal is to try and reunite them with family; if not possible, their caring and dedicated staff provides assistance finding a job, saving for an apartment, and much more.
Covenant House is the second-highest rated non-profit in Louisiana (by Charity Navigator, the nation’s premier charity evaluator), so you can be confident that your support will be used effectively and efficiently. They are also 75% dependent on private donations to continue their critical work. The need is stark: in the past eight years, their average daily census has grown from 45 to 164 youth per night.
I can’t do this without you. THANK YOU for your support!
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