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Wintry Danger Averted for Those Experiencing Homelessness in QC     

The Winter Emergency Shelter will remain open this winter. 
Humility Homes helping to organize long-term community plan.       
 Click HERE for the QC Times coverage.

Watch the video from Our Quad Cities HERE.

1 out of every 2 community college students lack secure housing: 14 percent are homeless

“One thing I always tell people: you’ve got to keep going, no matter what,” said Bre, a student at DC’s Trinity University. She represents the one out of every two college students today who experience homelessness.
In the Quad Cities, college students double and triple up in shared housing. Some sleep in professor’s offices or homes. QC tutors visit elementary and intermediate school students whose families live in hotel rooms for months. Housing programs and shelters are full. Waiting lists for rental assistance programs are nine to ten years long--and growing.

Help make the holiday season a happy one!

Helping others--that's what this season is all about. Folks with no home deeply value your support.
There are many ways to contribute. Find a way that you can help. View possibilities HERE.

Brunch and Luncheon to support our participants. 

Thank you!

CLICK EACH IMAGE for information on the
Bix Bistro Brunch, December 16 
Bix Bistro Jazz Brunch
benefit luncheon Feb 2

Our Warmest Thanks in This Wintry Season!

We experienced a close call this month. It seemed likely that people could freeze in the wintry streets. But, community support stepped in! YOUR support makes a real difference! We thank you from the bottom of our hearts. 
Happy Holidays!
Humility Homes and Services, Inc.

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