Savannah is READY for INNOVATION too!: Phoenix’s Project H3 wins Housing Hero award for innovative partnerships | 100,000 Homes


When it comes to local partnerships, the 100,000 Homes Campaign has one rule: we’ll work with anyone, but we won’t exclude anyone, either.  Since we kicked off earlier this year, we’ve been blown away by some of the unusual suspects who have stepped up to the plate to house their most vulnerable homeless neighbors. In communities as diverse as Hollywood, Charlotte and Denver, groups leading the charge range from Business Improvement Districts to government agencies to congregations.

Where are Savannah’s unusual suspects? Come on out to the party & let’s innovate in Savannah!

Just perfect timing! We will be at the presentation tonight at Refresh Savannah on Innovation! Maybe we’ll challenge the Savannah technology & creative folks with this need to “End Homelessness”!

Take a look at this inspirational guest post (from the guy who started the Refresh Savannah group – he talks about starting things too!) on our local Creative Coast website/blog too! Get inspired to go after some windmills!

BTW, stay tuned for news about our approach to a local educational institution that does artsy things about their program to partner with businesses & non-profits to make things happen!

via Phoenix’s Project H3 wins Housing Hero award for innovative partnerships | 100,000 Homes.

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Advocating for Homelessness Issues in Savannah, GA, so that we can educate, share experiences & generate a Christian understanding of the issues & people who experience, support & attempt to end homelessness in Savannah, GA or anywhere else we can share stories from or about...
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