How you can help end homelessness

Washington Legal Clinic

Give of your TIME: Help us to spread the word. Host a discussion group with your
neighbors, book club, colleagues at the office, or family and friends. We’d be happy to
provide information or support you in whatever way we can be helpful. You can reach us
at (202) 328-5500.

Give of your TALENT: If you are a lawyer or legal assistant, you can volunteer with the
Legal Clinic and help us to bring justice to our homeless neighbors. Contact Volunteer
Coordinator Emily Uhar at emily.uhar@legalclinic.org.

Give of your TREASURE: We rely upon the generosity of community members to allow
us to remain present to our clients when they need us most. We take no government
funding, which makes the support of our friends and allies all the more critical. You can
make a donation here.

Give of your TENACITY: Take a few moments to call, write or email our Mayor and DC 
Councilmembers to tell them that you believe in a community of justice. The District has
had two years of significant surplus revenue and expects the same once again this year.
Urge them to invest these dollars in affordable housing and emergency services for the
families and individuals who need it most.

To stay in the loop on the District’s budget and policy decisions, subscribe to this blog, friend us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter. You will learn about opportunities to weigh in on decisions impacting shelter, affordable housing, and other crucial programs.

Thank you for your support.

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