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Covenant House Missouri Will Host 'Sleep Out' for Homelessness

On November 17 and 18 the community can participate in a sleep out event that helps combat the alarming statistics of youth homelessness.

ST. LOUIS — Covenant House Missouri serves young people ages 16-21 who are facing homelessness or human trafficking. They meet youths’ immediate needs for safety, food, and shelter, and offer them programs and services that can help them pursue a life of opportunity. All their services are free.

The community can participate in the 2022 Sleep Out: Executive Edition event that helps combat the alarming statistics of youth homelessness. 

Where: Harris-Stowe State University Soccer Field and Emerson Performance Center located at 3026 Laclede Avenue, St. Louis

When: Nov. 17 - 18 (overnight) from 7:30 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. 

Sleep Out isn't about pretending to be homeless. The Sleep Out is so homeless kids don't have to. When you Sleep Out, you're not just raising funds and awareness - you're showing these young people your commitment to their future.

According to Covenant House, this year, 4.2 million kids will be homeless in America. Fight these numbers by joining or starting a Sleep Out today: you’ll raise lifesaving funds to give kids safe shelter and opportunity and unite your community against youth homelessness.

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