Become A Housing Hero To Help End Homelessness In Central Ohio


WBNS-10TV and The Community Shelter Board will team up again for a “Day to End Homelessness," a campaign to raise money to house homeless adults and families who are swelling Franklin County shelters beyond capacity.

On Monday, March 11, 2013, WBNS-10TV will host an all day telethon from 6 a.m. until 11:30 p.m. Donors will be able to contribute over the phone or online.

The campaign will urge Columbus-area residents to become a “Housing Hero” and contribute $1 a day or $30 a month via credit card. All money raised will support the Community Shelter Board's nationally recognized programs, including prevention and rapid re-housing.

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The Community Shelter Board, established in 1986, is a public-private partnership organization that creates collaborations, innovates solutions and invests in quality programs in order to end homelessness in Columbus and Franklin County. CSB allocates more than $13 million annually to support homeless programs and services.

Last year, these programs served more than 9,000 individuals. CSB is funded by the City of Columbus, the Franklin County Board of Commissioners, the Franklin County Board of Commissioners, the United Way of Central Ohio, The Columbus Foundation, Nationwide, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the State of Ohio and other public and private donors.

Day to End Homelessness is being made possible through the support of Nationwide Insurance and Safelite AutoGlass.

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