Project Description

Meet us on the corner of Love & Compassion.

TENT CITY 2020  |  CANCELLED

Due to health and safety concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, Tent City 2020 has been cancelled. Stay tuned for details about upcoming virtual events

MISSION: To use Community Collaboration Leverage to deliver the entire community’s compassion to those on the streets and in the shelters.
Started in 1990, our annual Tent City brings the entire community together to provide solutions, 1 at a time. This has evolved into a weekend-long festival of compassion where volunteers provide medical, dental, food, clothing, employment, the return to housing, critical documents, haircuts, and other services to those in need. Whether volunteer or guest, each person truly connects with another, with new opportunities and perspectives, to create mutual accomplishment. That’s a 1Matter’s Tent City.
You will find yourself here. #TentCityLove2020

THANK YOU…

For joining us at the corner of Love and Compassion.  You helped us all find ourselves there. We don’t have the final numbers yet, but you also helped about 1,200 people get served 2,800 meals, 172 haircuts, 350 medical services, 200 ID’s and Birth Certificates. Plus about 287,000 smiles and 93,567 hugs were served. We hope you got some of them.  Save the date, October 23 – 25, 2020.

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They are just like you and me; it’s just that they do not have a home.”

KEN LESLIE • 1MATTERS FOUNDER

You will find yourself here.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Tent City 2020 has been Cancelled
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5 Ways to Matter this Fall

Stay tuned for details about upcoming virtual events & how to be involved.

Sign-up as a volunteer.

Sponsor a meal or another service such as critical documents.

Be an individual or company sponsor.

Join the Veterans Matter Walk to End Veteran Homelessness.

Help us get the word out by sharing out Tent City Facebook event.

CHANGE A LIFE TODAY

To most people the “homeless” are nothing more than vague faces of poverty reflected in the mirror of a society afraid to even look, much less help.

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