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Homeless Memorial Day 2012 - Concord

Flyer for 2012 Homeless Memorial Day in Concord NH

Gov. Lynch's 2012 Homeless Memorial Day Proclamation

Gov. John Lynch's proclamation for Homeless Memorial Day 2012

Concord Coalition to End Homelessness Annual Meeting

Thursday, June 21, 2012 - 5:30pm - 7:30pm

The Coalition's 2012 Annual Meeting will include talks by Marianne Savarese on health care for the homeless and Dan Ward on veterans services.   The meeting agenda will include election of the Board, updates on accomplishments, and a report on plans for the coming year.  Refreshments will be served.   Fellowship Housing Opportunities is at the corner of Pleasant and State Streets, across from Riverbend. 

Homelessness Awareness Walk

Wednesday, May 2, 2012 - 4:00pm

The "In Their Shoes" Awareness Walk is a 5k walk through Concord to experience and raise awareness about survival issues faced by people who are homeless.  Registration is $20, with students free.  Sponsored by Concord Coalition to End Homelessness.

Homeless Memorial Day Observed in 7 NH Communities

"We will remember and we will do all we can to help our brothers and sisters who need us"

Thirty-one people gathered at State House Plaza under a cold drizzle Wednesday afternoon to remember the lives of 26 formerly homeless people who died in 2011.  Homeless Memorial Day vigils also took place in Manchester, Nashua, Keene, Lebanon, Newport, and Laconia.

Homeless Memorial Day 2011

Wednesday, December 21, 2011 (All day)

Homeless Memorial Day vigils will take place in Concord, Manchester, Newport, Laconia, Lebanon, Keene, and Nashua on Wednesday, December 21, to remember those who lost their lives in the past year and strengthen our spirits for efforts to end homelessness in the coming year.    For time and place information, posters for vigils, and names of those we remember, go to:  http://afsc.org/resource/homeless-memorial-day-2011-new-hampshire.

The Names

Names of those who died in 2011.

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