Homeless Prevention Council Announces 2019 Walk for Home

June 8th on historic Commercial Street in P-Town...
The 2019 Walk for Home will take walkers along historic Commerical Street in Provincetown. (Courtesy photo)

The Homeless Prevention Council is excited to announce its 2019 Walk for Home, with David Willard as Honorary Chairperson.

Our goal is not only to spread awareness of the extraordinary work HPC is doing, but also to raise money to help it carry on its mission” – D. Willard

Walk for Home 2019 will take place on Saturday, June 8, 2019 in Provincetown. Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. at Provincetown Town Hall, and the walk will begin at 10:00 a.m. This 3.2-mile walk will take participants along Main Street, through historic Provincetown.

After the walk, participants will meet at the Town Hall Auditorium for food, fun and prizes. Please visit www.hpccapecod.org/our-events for full registration and donation information.

Honorary Chair David Willard, a beloved treasure of the Cape Cod philanthropic community, shared some background on the Walk for Home.

The HPC Walk for Home is a 3.2 mile walk around Provincetown. Sponsorship categories are available for businesses (or individuals) to support the Homeless Prevention Council.

HPC serves over 2,700 clients in the eight Lower/Outer Cape towns. HPC had been part of the legendary Bob Murray's Housing with Love Walk for many years.  When that event ended, HPC spent time brainstorming how to raise operating funds “the big walk” generated for the agency,  HPC CEO Hadley Luddy and her team came up with the Walk for Home

Walk for Home is a shorter walk, in the historic, proud and supportive community of Provincetown - which provides walkers with entertaining, energizing landscapes to admire and appreciate, as embark on on the 3.2 mile Walk.

Upcoming Event Location and Date:

Provincetown Town Hall, 260 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657

June 8, 9 am – 1 pm

Event Contact:

Aodhan Hemeon-McMahon

[email protected]; 508-514-7600

The mission of the Homeless Prevention Council is to provide case management solutions to support self-sufficiency and stability in our community of Lower Cape Cod.

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