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HALO Fiscal Year 2017-18

    792 individuals provided shelter: 
                   622 adults, 170 children

    49,189 shelter nights provided

    147,567 meals provided 


THANK YOU

The Racine Community Foundation has once again awarded a grant to HALO.  We are very appreciative for the partnership we have with RCF, and couldn't do our work without their support.





















                                                                                       









THANK YOU to our many local and national supporters

For a complete list of donors, see our most recent Annual Report.



                                                     
      
  

Racine Dominicans  http://www.scjohnson.com/en/home.aspx

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Special Thanks to our Corporate Partners:
HALO's Angels






NOTICE of USE of HMIS for Data Collection
This agency receives funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and is required to use the Homeless Management Information System (HMIS) as a condition of receiving these funds.  In Wisconsin, HMIS is called Wisconsin Service Point or WISP. This system collects basic information about clients receiving services from this agency. This requirement was enacted in order to get a more accurate count of individuals and families who are homeless and to identify the need for different services.


HALO, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.




From the Executive Director

10 September 2018

    The cool crisp air the last few days is a reminder that before we know it - the chill of winter will be upon us.  At HALO, we are busy preparing for what we anticipate will be another winter of being at or above capacity.  We need your support for us to continue to restore hope to those who find themselves experiencing homelessness. 

    For most, HALO will be a very short stop on their journey back to self-sufficiency and stable housing.   For a few, the journey will take a little longer.  Our case managers help clients tailor a housing stability plan that addresses individual strengths and barriers. We provide workshops and services at HALO, as well as collaborating with our many community partners. 

    We cannot do this work alone.  It is through our community partnerships - individuals, churches, corporations, foundations and incredible volunteers that we are able to continue to do our work.   We are grateful for all of you. 

    Gai Lorenzen

 




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