Family Promise of Southern Ocean County Cardboard Box City April 27-28

This is a Family Promise fundraiser to increase awareness concerning Homelessness in Southern Ocean County. 

Participants in the event experience sleeping overnight in a cardboard box, a tent, or a vehicle and are exposed to what it may be like not to have a home. 

Dinner, games, activities and a continental breakfast are included. 

There is a registration fee of $10 that is due by Apr 13, and participants are asked to raise a minimum of $50 in pledges that are brought to the event on Apr 27, between 5pm and 6pm. 

The money that is raised supports the Family Promise Mission of reducing family homelessness in Southern Ocean County by empowering families to become self-sufficient. 

Information and forms can be found on the website by selecting Cardboard Box City 2018.

Contact Information
  1. Eileen Hepp
  2. 609-290-8564
Fri, April 27
5:00 pm — 7:00 am
Add to My Calendar 04/27/2018 5:00pm 04/28/2018 7:00am America/New_York Family Promise of Southern Ocean County Cardboard Box City April 27-28

This is a Family Promise fundraiser to increase awareness concerning Homelessness in Southern Ocean County.

Participants in the event experience sleeping overnight in a cardboard box, a tent, or a vehicle and are exposed to what it may be like not to have a home.

Dinner, games, activities and a continental breakfast are included.

There is a registration fee of $10 that is due by Apr ...

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