• Michigan Health and Hygiene Donation Drive for the Homeless: Donation drives are not a solution for homelessness but an opportunity to provide aid to people, to raise awareness in our communities, and to combat the stigma associated with it. We were able to collect and distribute over 84,000 health and hygiene items to those at-risk or already experiencing homelessness. THANK YOU for your participation in this initiative and for the work you do on behalf of vulnerable populations of Michigan residents. Our partnership with Support the Girls, corporate donation from LOLA Tampons, and our friendship with Helping Women Period has a profound impact on our process and on our success.


  • FAP Enrollment (June 28, 2017, 10-11:30AM EST): Join MCAH and the Food Bank Council of Michigan to learn about the Food Assistance Program (FAP) and the application process. Click here to register.

Have you missed a previous webinar? MCAH records all of our broadcasts, including our most recent webinar, Building a Community Collaborative: HandUp Detroit's Use of Crowdfunding to Create New PartnershipsCheck us out on Vimeo for full access to our recorded webinars, or click here for a complete list including all accompanying handouts.


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                     Michigan Coalition Against Homelessness  |  15851 S.Old U.S. 27, Building 30, Suite 315 Lansing, MI 48906  |  Phone:  (517) 485-6536  |  Fax:  (517) 485-6682