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2020 Cold Wet Weather Mat Program 

The CWWMP is an overnight mat program where homeless peopel in the Tri-Cities can come inside for the night and be given a hot meal, a warm place to sleep, a change of clothes, a bag lunch, and can be assisted in fiding resources that can help them get off the streets.

The CWWMP, operated by the Hope for Freedom Society (HFFS) and hosted by local churches, has been providing a temporary seasonal emergency shelter in the Tri-Cities since 2007.  The program operates from October through March and rotates between various churches in the Tri-Cities.  This year Eagle Ridge Bible Fellowship will be hosting the CWWMP for the month of March.  

Volunteers Needed:

Interested volunteers are encouraged to contact our volunteer coordinator Debbie Fell ([email protected]) or to sign-up on the sign-up sheet posted in our church lobby.  

Meal Train: Want to help provide meals?  Email Dorothy Hiebert ([email protected])

Financial Donations - CLICK HERE

Success Stories: The Tri-Cities shelter & mat program has resulted in over 300 homeless people leaving the street since 2007.  See also Debbie Fell's report on "The Bridge Shelter" (pdf below).

Wonder What It's Like to Be Homeless?  Watch these recent news stories: