Resources for 2012

There are a number of resources available to Homelessness Action Week organizers. Some resources are available now and others will be posted as they are updated and made available.

Print-ready logo files and undated posters from previous years.

How do I find it?

Click here to find print resources.

Website

stophomelessness.ca

The official website of Homelessness Action Week organized by the Greater Vancouver Regional Steering Committee on Homelessness. On this website you will find articles, case studies, resources and previous campaigns.

Homelessness Action Week Organizers Toolkit

In the toolkit you will find practical tips for organizing and promoting events including:

  • Tips on organizing your committee
  • Recruiting and managing volunteers
  • This year’s campaign messages and strategies
  • Communications tips including e-strategies
  • Tutorials on media relations including writing media releases, holding media events and writing and placing op eds
  • ‘Cut and Paste’ articles you can use for websites, newsletters and blogs

How do I find it?

Contact Ethos Strategy Group at 778.786.2838 or info(at)ethosstrategygroup.com. As soon as the new version is available, we will e-mail it to you.

Information Kit and Presentation Materials

Print material and slide presentation for organizers to use at meetings with business, faith and community service groups.

How do I find it?

Contact Ethos Strategy Group at 778.786.2838 or info(at)ethosstrategygroup.com. As soon as the new version is available, we will e-mail it to you.

Homelessness – A Teacher’s Guide (PDF)

With guidance from an advisory group of teachers in the Metro Vancouver area, we have created this lesson guide for teachers. The guide includes classroom activities, a myth busting worksheet and other resources. Look for this on the website and spread the word!

How do I find it?

Click here on the stophomelessness.ca website.

Project Homeless Connect – A Manual for BC Communities (PDF)

Project Homeless Connect days are special events designed to give people who are homeless access to a wide range of health and other support services all under one roof.

This manual is intended to assist community organizers in British Columbia who are planning a Homeless Connect event.  The manual provides basic organizational information as well as helpful hints and checklists that can be used to help the event go smoothly.

How do I find it?

Click here on the stophomelessness.ca website.

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