No one chooses to be homeless. Help us be a catalyst for change.

On Saturday January 17th, 2015, over 100 volunteers will join together to pack and distribute 3,000 Winter Survival Kits filled with essential items necessary for those living on the street to make it through winter.

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No one chooses to be homeless. Help us be a catalyst for change.

On Saturday January 17th, 2015, over 100 volunteers will join together to pack and distribute 3,000 Winter Survival Kits filled with essential items necessary for those living on the street to make it through winter.

Learn more

No one chooses to be homeless. Help us be a catalyst for change.

On Saturday January 17th, 2015, over 100 volunteers will join together to pack and distribute 3,000 Winter Survival Kits filled with essential items necessary for those living on the street to make it through winter.

Learn more

No one chooses to be homeless. Help us be a catalyst for change.

On Saturday January 17th, 2015, over 100 volunteers will join together to pack and distribute 3,000 Winter Survival Kits filled with essential items necessary for those living on the street to make it through winter.

Learn more

Participate as a
Corporation or Business

This team-building, hands-on experience enables co-workers to work side-by-side packing life-saving Survival Kits to help the homeless. On January 17th, your corporate team can join other volunteers to make a real difference in our community.

If you are not able to participate on January 17th, we are always in need of new/unused items for the kits that can be graciously donated in-kind.

donate as a business today!

Make an
Individual impact

For as little as $25, your donation can help provide a Winter Survival Kit to keep someone alive and warm this winter. You can also supply new sports bags, backpacks, winter gloves and hats, or raise money for us to purchase them.

In lieu of holiday gifts, please consider sponsoring a Winter Survival Kit - on your own, or as a group gift with family, friends or co-workers.

donate as an individual today!

Agencies and shelters click here for more information

About Project Winter Survival

An initiative of non-profit charity Engage and Change, Project Winter Survival helps the homeless survive during the frigid winter months. Over the past 15 years, our volunteers and donors have assembled over 21,000 Winter Survival Kits containing life-saving supplies.

These kits are provided to over 150 front-line agencies including the Red Cross, Salvation Army, and Covenant House.

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This year, our goal is to distribute at least

3,000 kits