Horizons For Homeless Children    

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We help children learn how to play, to share, to read, and to enjoy exploring their worlds. We help parents learn how to be nurturing and involved in the growth and development of their children, and help them learn and grow through job training, GED and college courses. We help to stabilize families so that they can weather any crisis, and thus help to break the cycle of homelessness that too often occurs.

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    A Night for Tomorrow

    Saturday, April 28, 2012 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Join us for cocktails, dinner, auctions, art and a cappella! What's in store at the event? 6:30pm Cocktail reception and silent auction featuring pieces from local artists, our signature Storybook Art and other unique auction packages. 8:30pm Dinner in the Museum of Fine Arts Shapiro Family Courtyard, featuring guest emcee Lisa Hughes of WBZ-TV, live auction with TV Diner's Billy Costa and entertainment by North Shore A Cappella from "The Sing Off" and the Krokodiloes of Harvard University. Following the program, attendees are welcome to explore the Art of the Americas wing, and visit the Alex Katz exhibit in the Gund Gallery on its opening night! Corporate and Individual sponsorships available. Individual tickets can be purchased for $400 each. Contact Alisha Atlas-Corbett. Read More

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    7th Young Children Without Homes National Conference

    Hosted by Horizons for Homeless Children, this is the only national conference that focuses exclusively on young children and their families who experience homelessness. Over the past seven years, this conference has attracted hundreds of attendees in various locations and provided opportunities for service providers from across the country to learn and share information. Read More