The First Day of Winter, the winter solstice, is a national awareness day to remember and honor those who have died while homeless and honor those who have lost their lives unnecessarily in the last year. AHCH builds our annual campaign around the First Day of Winter to reinforce how important quality health care is to helping people overcome, exit, and avoid future homelessness.
This year’s campaign theme is: “Be The Change. Change The World. You End Homelessness.”
Building on successful campaigns of previous years, we have developed a dynamic campaign
to support us in reaching our 2018 campaign goal of $200,000 from October 2018 to the end of February 2019.
Giving together creates collective impact and safeguards services necessary to end homelessness.
Giving is about acting on what you believe. Ending homelessness is about fighting for basic human rights and guaranteeing social justice. The health and safety of people who are experiencing homelessness are threatened daily because the lack of human rights. Donations you make through the 2018 The First Day of Winter Campaign make an immediate impact on our work. You will fund essential care and to help people who need it most.