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Covenant House
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The largest privately funded agency in the Americas offering free 24/7 crisis care and on-going support for homeless youth.
The largest privately funded agency in the Americas offering free 24/7 crisis care and on-going support for homeless youth.

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See what one of our Covenant House kids thinks of the Mayor's plans to add more beds for homeless youth in NYC: http://ow.ly/WUdn9

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Covenant House Vancouver has been named one of the community charities for the upcoming BMO Vancouver Marathon!

Get more info here:
http://ow.ly/Lixvq

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Brooklyn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu students who were once homeless come together to raise critical funds for our youth:
http://bit.ly/1FZLPjN

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BOGO FREE on great brands like @carolsdaughter, @OscarBlandi & Kinerase AND earn us a donation! http://bit.ly/1O4uxF3

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Did you see our photos from this past Sleep Out: Young Professionals Edition? Just click the “albums” button and flip through our album. #CHSleepOut
http://on.fb.me/1HTx30a

"Dear Lord, please keep me safe."
#SundayPrayer

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NBA Cares! Yes they do! Last week 30 NBA employees from the Human Resources Department visited our New York Shelter to host mock interviews with our youth. Our kids learned valuable resume and interview skills. Thanks for showing some #CovLove.
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About 4,000 young people are living on the streets of Los Angeles. Many come to Hollywood with stars in their eyes. But when they don't get discovered, they end up homeless. Others are escaping abusive environments. Covenant House street outreach worker Nick Semensky drives the streets of Hollywood reaching out to kids in need. Check out this story NBC​ did about Nick’s work at Covenant House California​:

http://bit.ly/19g47QM

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“Being in a box was disorienting, and the sounds of city surrounded us. Getting warm was straight up impossible, I couldn’t feel my fingers and toes and after several hours, boredom set in. Snow kept falling on top of my box, and I may or may not have cried a little.”
Anna Orso slept out with young professionals in Philadelphia. Read her about her experience here. http://bit.ly/1CUGFoB
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