Imagine... a movement inspired by the arts to open the eyes of Americans to the plight of their own people. Imagine, through art, music and poetry, we are shining a much needed light on our own crisis: HOMELESSNESS
Art4TheHomeless was once a blog called Colors of Ink with Blogcharm, which closed down. Nutang, became the new home of Colors of Ink and was renamed Art4TheHomeless, by a really good friend, Samantha Medd. She is now the Co-Founder of Art4TH.
Now Art4TH is a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organization that unites artists of all venues to promote homeless awareness in the US.
Art4TH does this through the Art4TH Webzine, a monthly online magazine that features a musician whose music plays throughout the website, a feature artist, and a feature writer while also featuring a homeless relief organization. All artists featured retain their copyrights and all of it is free. If you would like to be a featured artist, musician, or writer contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Art4TheHomeless Webzine December 2011
It's been a while
We poured MILLIONS into Haiti and every day we ignore the cries OF OUR OWN PEOPLE!
Meet Robin, a homeless mother
January Art4TH Zine is out!
Happy New Year 2010!
Homeless at Christmas, 1993
Art4TH has been featured in this blog
Homeless Resource Center
Sunday. 11.9.08 6:03 pm
I signed up for that grant I was talking about and we will see if I actually get it. I hope I do because if I can get it, then so can anyone else who really needs that money. I applied for $1000, but the limit is around $5000 I think.
Anyway, The Homeless Resource Center is a website dedicated to servicing Homeless Americans with resources--you can do research for shelter food, and other things. The site even has a community forum.
I got an email from them and would like to share what they told me here:
Meet Mr. Larry
Katie Volk interviews "Mr. Larry" about how he works to provide hope for those he serves.
I Believe Recovery is Possible
An assessment tool for organizations to help determine the degree to which their services are "trauma-informed."
Invisible to the Visible
This document contains tips for homeless service providers and their organizations to work more effectively with people who have problems with remembering, thinking, or understanding due to mental illness, substance use, head injury, fetal alcohol exposure, or other causes.
JUST COPY AND PASTE THE LINKS INTO YOUR BROWSER if you want to see the sites. I didn't feel like fighting my slow computer to edit html to make those links active.
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