A few weeks ago, we launched the “Why I Walk” campaign to raise awareness about our October 6th Help the Homeless Community Walk. The campaign captures the portraits of our supporters and their reasons for walking to end homelessness.
“We wanted to reinterpret cardboard signs so that they are no longer synonymous with transiency and homelessness. Our signs display messages of power, hope, and community.”
– Naomi Ho, Development Associate and Community Walk Coordinator
The signs were then used in a pop-up campaign in front of Luther Place Memorial Church off of Thomas Circle to build a house that represents what community can do when working together. Enjoy photos from the pop-campaign and please join us by signing up to walk in-person or virtually on October 6th to raise critical funds for our lifesaving programs.