Homeless Resource Day
Homeless Resource Day is an annual County event to help those without permanent housing access the numerous services they need to become more self-sufficient and seek permanent housing. Services that might take a homeless individual months or longer to obtain are provided for free in one location. For example, individuals can obtain a birth certificate, Social Security card, a state ID and other official documents necessary to apply for housing assistance or sign a rental agreement.
Thank you to all the volunteers, service providers and guests that helped make the 2015 Anne Arundel County Homeless Resource Day a success.
This year the event supported 440 homeless guests and individuals at risk of homelessness. Families and single adults came to receive help and assistance with identification, medical treatment, benefits, haircuts, housing applications and many other services. A record 523 volunteers participated, helping guide the guests through the different service areas. Over 90 organizations donated their time and service on this event.
Your Help is Needed - What can you do?
You can help by donating your time, goods, services, or money.
Volunteer Your Time
Volunteer Registration will open in January or February 2016
NEW items: socks, underwear, backpacks, personal hygiene items (toothpaste, toothbrush, etc.), disposable wipes, and hand sanitizers (all in trial or travel sizes).
For more questions or more information please contact Justin Bieler, Homeless Coordinator at
(410) 269-4462 | firstname.lastname@example.org