Events

March to End Homelessness

Saturday, May 18th, 10AM-12:30PM
Santa Cruz City Hall, 809 Center Street, Santa Cruz CA 95060

WHY WE MARCH

On Saturday, May 18, 2024, a compassionate coalition of local businesses, non-profit organizations, and hundreds of supporters will March to End Homelessness in Downtown Santa Cruz. The March is the second annual gathering organized by Housing Matters. This event is anchored in inspiring hope for actionable solutions to homelessness through the advancement of public policy.

Date: Saturday, May 18th, 2024
Time: 10AM-12:30PM
Where: Santa Cruz City Hall, 809 Center Street, Santa Cruz CA 95060

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GATHERING
FOR CHANGE

Let’s unite in solidarity and rally to support housing as a human right. 

LIFT EVERY VOICE
OF LIVED EXPERIENCE

Listen to the historically marginalized voices of people with lived experience of homelessness as they share their insights with the community through storytelling.

INSPIRE
ACTION

Join us to advocate for urgent and timely solutions to homelessness in Santa Cruz County. Together, we can inform policy, ignite advocacy, and drive collaborative efforts to solve homelessness in Santa Cruz County!

GENERATE
HOPE

Learn about the real world solutions that Housing Matters and our partners are using to empower people to find stable housing. Celebrate with us. 

GET INVOLVED

  • Sponsorship
  • Volunteer
  • Promotion/Marketing
  • Become an Area Lead (Service Providers or Sponsors only)
  • Tabling at the March (Service Providers only)
  • Join the March!

All sponsorship funds directly underwrite the cost of the March. We are counting on your partnership to ensure that banners are waving, people are walking together, voices are heard, and commitment is shared. Join the March to End Homelessness. Partner with us. FAQ

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CONTACTS

Coalition information: Mer Stafford, Chief Impact Officer
Communications: Michael Norris, Communications Manager
Logistics: Amanda Harris Altice, March Logistics Manager
Sponsorship: Louis Powell, Director of Fundraising
Volunteering: Marsa Greenspan, Volunteer Program Manager