5th Annual Home Run for Homelessness
Partners Ending Homelessness will host its 5th Annual Home Run for Homelessness on Sunday, June 30th at NewBridge Bank Park, where the Greensboro Grasshoppers will face the Delmarva Shorebirds. Doors will open at 3:00pm and the opening pitch will follow at 4:00pm.
Home Run for Homelessness was created as a community celebration to commemorate Guilford County’s Ten Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness. Today, it serves as an initiative to educate and raise awareness on how the community can collectively help end homelessness.
Doors to the stadium will open at 3:00pm. There will be a community resource fair composed of Community Coalition organizations that provide services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Guilford County. Resource Fair participants include Family Promise of Greater Guilford County, Greensboro Housing Coalition, Greensboro Urban Ministry, and Bread of Life Food Pantry.
This family event is a great way for the community to enjoy America’s favorite game while giving them an opportunity to become agents of change throughout Guilford County. Home Run for Homelessness also gives our Community Coalition an opportunity to inform the public about the services and resources available for those in need. Sponsors of the event are Lorillard Tobacco Company, Lincoln Financial Group, Westover Church, Senn Dunn Insurance, Fairway Outdoor Advertising, and 88.5 WFDD NPR News & Triad Arts.
$2 from every group ticket order will benefit Partners Ending Homelessness. Group tickets forms can be found here. We encourage you and the rest of the community to join us for an amazing, fun-filled day of family, friends, and baseball! Help us knock homelessness out of the park!
About Partners Ending Homelessness
Partners Ending Homelessness leads the system of care to end homelessness in Guilford County. The organization is a groundbreaking, collaborative partnership that includes over 80 community partners that work to generate housing, strengthen prevention and supportive service efforts, and increase coordination, collaboration and access through the continuum of care in our community. For more information, please visit our web site. For more information, email us or call us at 336-553-2715.