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Massachusetts Youth Count 2020

Last updated March 16, 2020 ** This year’s Youth Count, which had been scheduled forMonday, April 13th – Sunday, May 17th, is postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. ***

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Massachusetts Youth Count 2019

Last updated February 5, 2020** The results of the 2019 Massachusetts Youth Count are now available. Read the 2019 Youth Count report (PDF) and Executive Summary (PDF) from the Massachusetts Commission

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Survivors of Natural Disasters

Relocation Supports and Resources for Survivors of Natural Disasters and Other Disasters (Last updated September 17, 2018) If you and your household are experiencing homelessness

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Committee Meetings

Advocacy Committee Meetings The Coalition coordinates two monthly advocacy committee meetings: the Homeless Youth Providers Engaging Together (HYPET) meetings, in conjunction with Y2Y Harvard Square, and the

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Dream Big Gala

Please plan to join the Coalition on Wednesday, May 17th for the Dream Big Gala to support A Bed for Every Child! Click here or

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Past Policy Campaigns

Past Campaigns Information on the Coalition’s FY’17 Budget Campaigns Please follow these links to sections on our website with more details on the FY’17 budget process:

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Holiday Initiatives

Help make this holiday season brighter for people experiencing homelessness and housing instability by supporting the work of the Coalition! Holiday Toy Drive: If you

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Thank You to Our Volunteers!

Thank You to All of Our Generous Volunteers! Volunteer Spotlight: St. Joseph’s Prep, Sister Nancy, Eastern Bank, Liberty Mutual, State Street, and National Charity League,

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2019 RTN Walk Home

        RTN Federal Credit Union and RTN GoodWorks Foundation are once again working to raise funds to benefit the Coalition and help children and families experiencing homelessness through the Walk Home

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