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Homeless Families Foundation

33 N Grubb St.
Columbus, OH 43215

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Homeless Families Foundation

The Homeless Families Foundation is a homeless families’ service provider in Columbus, Ohio. Programs include housing assistance, holistic Case Management, and a children’s education center (Dowd Education Center) for afterschool and summer tutoring and enrichment for children in kindergarten through middle school. It operates as a Housing First agency: most families, with some help, are capable of living independently and can best work to address their issues when they are in a stable, long-term home environment.


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KDEV: Stage Apartments for Homeless Youth

KDEV: Stage Apartments for Homeless Youth

Support Homeless Families Foundation

Date: March 2 | Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Venue:

Address:
164 N. 22nd St.
Columbus, OH 43203

Details:

Every year approximately 1,200 families and 3,000 children are homeless in Columbus. The Homeless Families Foundation (HFF) educates and nurtures children while empowering families to achieve stable housing. HFF equips and empowers families to provide a self-sufficient, stable home for their children, who in turn are equipped to actively participate in their own education and, ultimately, succeed in life.

 

Join Besa and Homeless Families Foundation to support homeless youth.  As a volunteer, your team will help stage and set up furnished apartments that homeless youth (18-24-year-olds) with families will live in. 

 

  • A staff person from Homeless Families Foundation will be on-site to provide an overview.

  • All supplies will be provided.
  • If you have a KDEV t-shirt, please wear it for photographs.
  • An address will be provided prior to the event date. 
  • Parking is being confirmed and we will follow up with parking details.
  • A Besa representative will greet your team and answer any questions.


Click here for more information about the Homeless Families Foundation and the amazing work they do.

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Jeni's Production: Support Franklinton Youth

Jeni's Production: Support Franklinton Youth

Date: March 6 | Time: 12:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Venue: Homeless Families Foundation

Address:
33 N. Grubb St.
Columbus, OH 43215

Details:

The Homeless Families Foundation (HFF) was founded in 1986 by community members who believed it was unacceptable for any child to be homeless. The HFF educates and nurtures children while empowering families to achieve stable housing and self-sufficiency. Children living in crisis are more likely to enter school with lower cognitive, social-emotional, and language skills than their peers and are ill-prepared to start school. The HFF offers after school and summer programs for over 100 children in grades K-8 that focus on both academic programming and activities to enhance social skills, self-esteem, and overall health. 


Join Besa and the Homeless Families Foundation to provide a safe, clean, and beautiful environment for Franklinton youth to thrive. As a volunteer, your team will work to clean and organize classrooms, organize move-in kit room supplies, create baby baskets, and assist with painting.

 

  • A lead volunteer from the Homeless Families Foundation will be on-site to provide an orientation.
  • All supplies will be provided
  • If you have a Jeni's t-shirt, please wear it for photographs.

  • Please wear clothing you won't mind getting dirty
  • Wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes.

  • Parking is available along Grubb Street and side roads, please read signs carefully.
  • A Besa representative will be on-site to greet your team and answer any questions.


Click here for more information about the Homeless Families Foundation and the amazing work they do.

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CMM Customer Operations: Support Franklinton Youth

CMM Customer Operations: Support Franklinton Youth

Date: March 9 | Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Venue: Homeless Families Foundation

Address:
33 N. Grubb St.
Columbus, OH 43215

Details:

The Homeless Families Foundation (HFF) was founded in 1986 by community members who believed it was unacceptable for any child to be homeless. The HFF educates and nurtures children while empowering families to achieve stable housing and self-sufficiency. Children living in crisis are more likely to enter school with lower cognitive, social-emotional, and language skills than their peers and are ill-prepared to start school. The HFF offers after school and summer programs for over 100 children in grades K-8 that focus on both academic programming and activities to enhance social skills, self-esteem, and overall health. 


Join Besa and the Homeless Families Foundation to provide a safe, clean, and beautiful environment for Franklinton youth to thrive. As a volunteer, your team will work to clean and organize classrooms, organize move-in kit room supplies, create baby baskets, and assist with painting.

 

  • A lead volunteer from the Homeless Families Foundation will be on-site to provide an orientation.
  • All supplies will be provided
  • If you have a CoverMyMeds t-shirt, please wear it for photographs.

  • Please wear clothing you won't mind getting dirty
  • Wear sturdy, closed-toe shoes.

  • Parking is available along Grubb Street and side roads, please read signs carefully.
  • A Besa representative will be on-site to greet your team and answer any questions.


Click here for more information about the Homeless Families Foundation and the amazing work they do.

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Sort & Pack Easter Food Boxes for Homeless Families

Sort & Pack Easter Food Boxes for Homeless Families

Support The Homeless Families Foundation

Date: March 29 | Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Venue: Homeless Families Foundation

Address:
33 N. Grubb St.
Columbus, OH 43215

Details:

Every year approximately 1,200 families and 3,000 children are homeless in Columbus. The Homeless Families Foundation (HFF) educates and nurtures children while empowering families to achieve stable housing. HFF equips and empowers families to provide a self-sufficient, stable home for their children, who in turn are equipped to actively participate in their own education and, ultimately, succeed in life.
 
Join Besa to support The Homeless Families Foundation. Besa volunteers will help sort food donations, pack Easter food kits for families and stock their food pantry. 
 
  • A lead volunteer from The Homeless Families Foundation will be on-site to provide orientation and training. 
  • 16 is the minimum age required and all minors must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Parking is available along Grubb Street and side roads -- please read signs carefully. 
  • This event is ADA accessible. 
  • Court-appointed volunteering: At this time, we can not accept court-appointed requests.

 

Click here for more information about The Homeless Families Foundation and the amazing work they do.

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