Project HOME seeks for all members of our community to have a voice, especially those who struggle with homelessness, poverty, mental illness, and/or addiction.
Our Speakers Bureau, comprised of Project HOME residents, alumni and staff, seeks to share the Project HOME story as well as to educate the public about the realities of homelessness and poverty.
We regularly speak with school groups, community organizations, religious congregations, and public officials about issues affecting homeless and poor persons and about how we might work together to bring about change.
For examples of stories from the Project HOME community, see our blog.
If you are interested in having a member of Project HOME's Speakers Bureau share with your group or organization, please contact Heather Bargeron, Community Education and Engagement Specialist, at 215-232-7272 x3061 or [email protected].