Hamilton Community Health Network will be hosting its annual Dinner for Hope event this Wednesday in an effort to feed the homeless and hungry. Hamilton will be providing a warm meal and giving away pieces of winter wear for adults and children.
What: Dinner For Hope
When: Wednesday, December 18th 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Where: 605 Garland St. (Carriage Town Ministries)
Who: Hamilton representatives, Continuum of Care committee, and community members
Why: With nearly 500* individuals in the Flint area experiencing homelessness on any given night, a warm meal and a few pieces of warm clothing can make a difference.
For more information, call 810.406.4246
*According to National Alliance to End Homelessness
About Hamilton Community Health Network
Hamilton Community Health Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing comprehensive, quality, community-oriented health care for the underserved throughout Genesee, Lapeer County and surrounding areas. The organization is part of a national network of primary care centers (Section 330E) aimed at improving health services for inner-city populations. These centers provide comprehensive care to patients regardless of their ability to pay. For more information, visit hamiltonchn.org.