Every year, states that receive federal aid conduct a census of people who are homeless in their state.
Connecticut’s census — a Point In Time count — is scheduled for Jan. 24, and volunteers are needed. This is an awesome way to learn more about homelessness, and you’ll be conducting an important task in the push to end homelessness as we know it in the Nutmeg State. These aren’t just numbers. These are people for whom the state’s recent incredible push hasn’t worked. Yet.
You’ll receive training, and you’ll be performing an incredible task.
To volunteer — and learn more — go here.