December 10, 2013
What: National Homeless Memorial & Rally Night
When: Saturday Dec. 21st @ 7 p.m.
Where: Lakewood Town Center, Clifton Avenue between Third and Fourth Streets
Contact: Larry Meegan, (732) 740-5878
County residents to remember & support the homeless
LAKEWOOD - Advocates who support the homeless will gather in Lakewood’s Town Center for an interfaith memorial and rally Saturday Dec. 21st at 7 p.m.
December 21st is the longest night of the year and housing advocates throughout the country recognize it as National Homeless Memorial Night.
The town center is located on Clifton Avenue between Third and Fourth Streets.
Local religious leaders will discuss how their organizations address homelessness and their commitment to social justice issues.
Housing advocates will discuss solutions to homelessness and tell of opportunities that are available to people who are willing to help out.
They will also call to mind those homeless men and women who have died the past couple of years as they battled the elements while living in inadequate shelter.
Everyone is invited to attend the outdoor event.
The event is sponsored by Homelessness Ended through Local Partners. The Kiwanis Club of Jackson and the Jackson Memorial High School will provide light refreshments.