Benefit Dinner for Homeless Women

UntitledHelp us shelter & support Berkshire’s most vulnerable residents:
Homelessness is a growing issue in Berkshire County, in particular a lack of housing for women and children.  Many homeless women choose to “couch-hop” at enormous personal risk.  Teen-age girls, many from broken homes, choose to be homeless rather than stay in unsafe home environments.  They live in cars or with friends.

Berkshire Co-Act, Community Organizing for Action, is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3), located within the First Methodist Church, 55 Fenn Street in Pittsfield.  Co-Act’s current initiative involves women and children’s transitional housing, a first step out of homelessness.
A fundraising effort is scheduled for June 21st at the First Methodist Church, 55 Fenn St., from 5-7pm. Chicken Parmesan & Pasta Dinner, Beverages, Desserts, and Entertainment.

Only $10/pp. Reservations and information at 413-442-8592.
Donations graciously accepted.

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