Between our 2018 and 2019 Annual Vigils held in December  there was  a 101% increase in deaths overall (to 117 of whom 86% were black) among individuals in DC living without the dignity of a home WHY WE SUPPORT THE MOVEMENT AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE DEATH OF GEORGE FLOYD AND OTHERS WHO […]

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On this, our 12th Anniversary, we have much to be grateful for starting with the support that so many of you continue to give us   We are proud of our accomplishments during this past year, among them: a successful 2019 Vigil to honor and remember those who died in 2019 without the dignity of a home; the opportunity — through our active participation in […]

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PFFC’s 7th Annual Vigil to honor and remember those who died in DC in 2019 without the dignity of a home took place on December 19 and 20, 2019. Attendees included: individuals who had or were experiencing homelessness, individuals representing organizations that assist the homeless, activists, members of the DC government, and members of the […]

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WE ENTER 2019 HAVING THE SATISFACTION OF MANY ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2018  In March we hosted a successful 2018 candidates forum where we had the opportunity to pose questions to and learn about the views of  three candidates for Mayor and two candidates for DC Council on how they would approach providing affordable housing for all DC residents […]

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Eli, 5 years old, peeks out of Portland Loo in Cambridge MA On January 10, 2018 at 9 am a hearing will be held in Room 500 in the Wilson Building (1350 Pennsylvania Ave NW) by the Committee on Transportation & Environment, chaired by Council Member Mary Cheh,on four bills, one of which is Bill […]

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PFFC’s 5th Vigil to remember those who died on the streets in 2017 is scheduled to take place between Thursday, December 21 and Friday, December 22. The Vigil very appropriately is in honor of Michael Stoops, fondly remembered by so many of us, who devoted his life to helping the homeless and who himself passed […]

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