Giving Tuesday With Hundred Nights
Help us reach for the warmth of home.
With your help, families, along with other men and women who are experiencing homelessness, can find hope and help to make their way back to a life with stable housing and food. By sharing generously today, you can help them reach for the warmth of home again.
Every gift you share will make a huge difference. A gift of $1,000 can keep people from living on the streets in the coldest days and nights of the winter. A gift of $500 can provide resources to help men and women get identification cards and apply for housing and other supports. And a gift of $100 can feed a family for days.
For men, women and children in each situation, whether it’s a sudden or lifelong experience with homelessness, Hundred Nights serves as a beacon in the night – a hopeful stepping stone toward a stable life, not a last stop. Along with offering hot meals and a place to commune, the resource center helps people draft resumes, prep for job interviews, apply for housing and connect with other agencies.
Your gifts enable every individual in need to find shelter through Hundred Nights. Your donations keep people sheltered during the hottest and coldest nights, provide resources to get identification cards and feed families. Every gift makes a difference, and in some cases, saves a life.
You Can Help
On December 3, Facebook and PayPal are matching donations a total of up to $7 million on Facebook. You can help – you can create your own Facebook fundraiser to help, and make your donation early on the 3rd.
In addition, from December 3 through December 31, PayPal Giving Fund will add 1% to all donations made through paypal.com/fundraiser/charity/2341802.
When you donate you may post on social media with the hashtag #GivingTuesday and help spread the word.
About Hundred Nights, Inc.
Hundred Nights, Inc. is a cold weather shelter and resource center located in Keene, New Hampshire. Hundred Nights helps people year-round to regain the stability of a home, and to get the support they need for issues such as mental health challenges, substance use issues, abuse, unemployment, and basic health. It’s all about helping people to get back on their feet, and keeping people safe in the meantime. Visit HundredNightsInc.org to learn how you can help.