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2019 Homeless Count Promotional Materials

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December 12, 2018 | January 15, 2019

Flyers

Homeless Count 2019 Flyer - English Homeless Count 2019 Teal Flyer - English Homeless Count 2019 Flyer - Spanish Homeless Count 2019 Flyer - Korean

Posters

Homeless Count 2019 Poster - English Homeless Count 2019 Poster - Spanish Homeless Count 2019 Poster - Korean

Save The Dates

Homeless Count 2019 Save The Date 01/22 - English Homeless Count 2019 Save The Date 01/23 - English Homeless Count 2019 Save The Date 01/24 - English Homeless Count 2019 Save The Date 01/22 - 24 - English Homeless Count 2019 Save The Date - Spanish Homeless Count 2019 Save The Date - Korean

Brochures

Homeless Count 2019 Brochure - English Homeless Count 2019 Brochure - Spanish Homeless Count 2019 Brochure - Korean

Social Media

Feel free to copy below and share with your friends on social media. Don't forget the hashtag: #theycountwillyou!

Each year, thousands of people gather throughout Los Angeles County to take part in the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. Having information about our homeless neighbors makes life better for all of us. I’m going to count this year, will you? www.theycountwillyou.org #theycountwillyou

Los Angeles County is a huge place, from the beauty of the PCH to the deserts of the Antelope Valley to the hustle of Downtown. Each year, LAHSA and thousands of volunteers count every street, park, and alley. I’m going to count this year, will you? www.theycountwillyou.org #theycountwillyou

It’s easy to talk about homelessness in LA County. It’s a lot harder to go out and pitch in. The 2019 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count is around the corner and shapes how our community will meet the challenge. I’m going to count this year, will you? www.theycountwillyou.org #theycountwillyou

We can’t forget that a homeless person is still a person. Helping each other is the critical piece in addressing homelessness. Knowing where our homeless neighbors are is key to making sure they get on their feet. I’m going to count this year, will you? www.theycountwillyou.org #theycountwillyou

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