Congressional Reception

2008 event was a success! More than 200 attended!

More than two hundred formerly homeless people, passionate advocates and housing providers from across the state attended the July 30th event. Plans are already being made for the 3rd Annual Congressional Reception on July 15, 2009.

Richard W. Brown of the NJ Advocacy Network and Senator Menendez at the 2nd Annual Congressional Reception

Richard W. Brown of the NJ Advocacy Network and Senator Menendez at the 2nd Annual Congressional Reception

The New Jersey Advocacy Network to End Homelessness’ mission is to advocate on a federal level for adequate funding for permanent affordable and supportive housing for homeless individuals and families.

These are audio clips of all sixteen speakers at the Congressional Reception held on July 30, 2008. Click on the name of any file or click the start button in the middle of the screen. Use the scroll bar to view all of the audio clips.

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To view posts on each of the speeches click here.

This is a listing of the last ten posts on the Congressional Reception. To view all of the articles click here.

These are some of the thirty-two (32) photos from the 2nd Annual Congressional Reception. For more information on the Congressional Reception click here. If you have photos you would like to share click here.

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You can click on any photo to see it full size or click here to view all of the photos. To save a photo right click on the photo.

To view a slide show click here.

This is a listing of the last five posts on the New Jersey Advocacy Network to End Homelessness. To view all of the articles click here.

To view a list of the membership of the New Jersey Advocacy Network to End Homelessness click here. To view the list of members of the Steering Committee of the New Jersey Advocacy Network to End Homelessness click here.

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