The 340B Coalition is proud of the great care that our members provide to vulnerable populations. That is why we believe it is important to give back to the local community during our events. Please join us this summer for our annual fun run/walk fundraiser! We will be featuring a morning run/walk along the Potomac River on Wednesday, July 12 at 6:45 AM. Pre-registration is required for this event so
please select whether you
will be participating when you register for the conference. The donation amount to
participate is $25 for an individual. The Coalition will be donating all
proceeds collected from sponsorships and donations from the Fun
Run/Walk to this summer's charity partner, Shelter House! Please read below to learn more and to make a direct donation.
When: Wednesday, July 12 – 6:45 AM - 7:45 AM (Check-in begins at 6:30 AM)
Where: Walk from Gaylord National along adjacent Potomac River trail
Distance: 1.5 miles roundtrip
Cost: $25 donation (includes t-shirt)
Registration: If you have not yet registered for the
conference, you can do it through the registration process. Already
registered? Please email email@example.com to add it to your registration.
Questions: Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsors: Please contact Robin Hayes Wishom at email@example.com or 202-552-5856
Shelter House’s mission is to prevent and end homelessness and domestic violence by engaging the community, building effective relationships and providing crisis intervention, safe housing and supportive services. We envision a community free of homelessness and domestic violence where everyone has an equal opportunity to thrive. Our team stays up to date on the latest methodologies to help stop the cycle of homelessness and domestic violence. One such example is the implementation of rapid re-housing. Rapid Re-housing is the provision of housing location support, rental assistance, and intensive case management services to help those experiencing homelessness return to housing as quickly as possible. When we initiated this approach in our community, it helped us reduce the length of stay in our shelters by 55% and allowed us to serve more families per year.
Last year, Shelter House served 1,919 individuals - 40% of whom were children. Across all programs, Shelter House aided 372 households to move to permanent housing. Learn more...