16th Annual Walk to End Homelessness

The 16th Annual Walk to End Homelessness is a tradition as old as the New London Homeless Hospitality Center, which was founded to end homelessness in southeast Connecticut.  The support of our community by way of raising awareness and raising funds has played a pivotal role in helping thousands of people experiencing homelessness get a fresh start.  Despite your good work and ours, the affordable and available housing crisis is growing, which is why this year's Walk to End Homelessness is as important as ever. 

 

The 2-mile route is not strenuous and will pass many of New London’s historic, cultural and social service landmarks, including the New London Homeless Hospitality Center, reminding us of all the City of New London does for its regional community.  Experience festivities and the music of DogBite.  There will be vendor and information booths from other organizations dedicated to social services in our region.  Meet your friends, give some thought to how you can help to end homelessness and we look forward to seeing you there!



Date: April 30th, 2023

Time: 12:00pm EDT

Location
South Water Street,
New London, CT, US, 06320

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L&M Hospital takes great care of our most vulnerable neighbors in southeast Connecticut and we appreciate their support.  

For the second year in a row, Putman Investments shows its commitment to the Homeless Hospitality Center and the homeless community by sponsoring this event.  Thank you!

Chelsea Groton Bank cares deeply about making the southeast Connecticut region a wonderful place to live for all of its neighbors.  Thank you, Chelsea Groton, for all you do.

Thank you to Blu-Prints for showing its support to one of its clients and its neighbors experiencing homelessness!

The Garde Arts Center becomes this year's first official sponsor.  Say a thank you as we walk past the Garde on walk day or anytime.  Always a huge supporter of the southeast Connecticut region, the Garde is located walking distance from the region's largest homeless shelter (NLHHC) and...