Volunteers Needed in Broward County to Help the Homeless

The Broward County Homeless Initiative Partnership is seeking volunteers.  

About 100 additional people are needed to help with counting every homeless person and asking them to complete a survey.  The survey collects data for the 2017 Homeless Point-in-Time (PIT) Count Survey and Built for Zero 2017 Registry.  Officials say the count is used to generate the need for federal and state grants and helps the county get needed resources to help the homeless in our community.

Those interested in becoming a Point-in-Time Count Volunteer must complete a mandatory orientation session.  The orientation will cover the survey tools, safety and coordination procedures.  

To register CLICK HERE.

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