5,000 People Expected to Take a Stand Against Homelessness in 4th Annual United Way HomeWalk on November 13
Los Angeles City Officials & Neighborhood Residents Commit to Ending Homelessness in Their Backyards
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 12, 2010 /PRNewswire/ --
Part of United Way's campaign to end poverty in LA County, HomeWalk is a 5k walk to raise public awareness and fund solutions to end homelessness, an extreme form of poverty. All money raised from HomeWalk is distributed back into the community to fund permanent housing solutions for homeless Angelenos. Over the last three years, 13,000 people have walked, raising $1.3M and helping over 6,000 people off the streets.
LA County has the largest homeless population in the United States
Thousands of L.A. residents walking to help end homelessness, including the following expected officials:
Saturday, November 13, 2010
700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles
SOURCE United Way of Greater Los Angeles
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