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As summer break is approaching for many of our city’s young scholars, it is hard to think about heading back to school–AND that is exactly what Everyone Home DC is doing. Every year, at this time, we begin planning for the next school year and we need your help. Please join Everyone Home DC and […]
On Friday, June 7, Deloitte partnered with Everyone Home DC through its annual day of service–Impact Day. 15 volunteers arrived first thing in the morning, kicking off their service by learning about Everyone Home DC’s programs and community impact…
On the morning of Friday, June 7, Everyone Home DC was honored to be a part of the Fox 5’s Zip Trip as a kick off event for Rediscover Eastern Market: A Celebration Marking 10 Years After Restoration.
Everyone Home DC’s Executive Director Karen Cunningham released the following statement in response to the 2019 Point-in-Time (PIT) Count of Persons Experiencing Homelessness.
On Tuesday, April 30, Everyone Home DC celebrated its Annual Spring Social at the historic Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital. Gathering with around 100 friends…
I am proud to announce that today, Capitol Hill Group Ministry becomes Everyone Home DC.Our new name is a name and a mission statement in one. It is more welcoming of the diverse range of supporters it will take to achieve our vision and it gives our work a clear and recognizable descriptor.
On Tuesday, April 2, 2019, Everyone Home DC, formerly known as Capitol Hill Group Ministry, received the honor of a DC Council Ceremonial Resolution for its 50 years of service in support of individuals and families at risk of or experiencing homelessness in the District.
At Everyone Home DC, we know housing is the solution to ending homelessness AND we understand it is not sufficient for long-term success. Families transitioning out of homelessness need resources beyond decent affordable housing to thrive: food, education, employment, parenting supports, children’s services, transportation, health and mental health care.
As this year comes to a close, I am tired, but it is a good kind of tired because Everyone Home DC accomplished a LOT in 2018! I am so proud of our team, the work we did together, and the path we have charted for the year ahead.