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Partners In Housing's 2nd Annual gala, Snow Ball

This 2nd Annual event on November 11th, will support the efforts of Partners In Housing in housing our city’s most vulnerable and all we serve by helping them along in their journey to self-sufficiency.

Partners In Housing's Snow Ball gala raises awareness of the plight of the homeless and to celebrate all who are successfully getting their lives back on track in our housing program. The necessity for quality, affordable rental housing, paired with support services in Indianapolis is strong. The Housing First model seeks to first provide safe & decent housing, and then incorporate supportive, wraparound services such as substance abuse treatment, physical and mental health, education, and job readiness. PIH is dedicated to this proven, holistic approach to housing and self-sufficiency.

34% of the Indianapolis population are renters and 35,496 of them are below 30% average median income. Affordable rent for a household below 30% average median income (AMI) in Indianapolis would have to be at most, $523. PIH’s average rent is $430—approximately 22% below the “affordable rent” that is stated in the National Low Income Housing Coalition report. The estimated population of homeless every night is over 5000 (CHIP Point in Time Count).

The need is great in Indianapolis and our residents need your support.

Please mark your calendars for the evening of November 11th! Tickets will be on sale in July!

 

Have an item, trip, or experience to donate for our silent or live auction, please let us know! Your donation is tax deductible! Call 317-633-1861 x113 or email Jennifer Coffey at jcoffey@partnersinhousingindy.org. 

 

 

 

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