Annual Events

Ending Homlessness Day, Summer Solstice (June 21, 2019)

The FM Coaliton Board of Directors has declared the Summer Solstice to be "Ending Homelessness Day" in our commuinty. On the longest day of the year, this is an annual celebration of the successes in ending homelessnes and a public call to action for the work yet to be done. Check back here for information about honoring this day in 2019.  

Annual Awards Luncheon (Fall 2018)

To celebrate the rich collaborative spirit of our commuinty, the FM Coaltion gathers for socializting, inspiration, and to honor the hard work of the finest among us.
Click Here to view past award recipients. 
Click here to make an awards nomination. 

Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, November 11-18, 2018

Each year the FM Coalition plans local events for National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week. Check back here for a calendar of events!  

Homeless Memorial Day, Winter Solstice (December 21, 2018)

The longest night of the year, Winter Solstice, is also the time we commemorate the members of our community who have died while homeless or for whom long-term homelessness was the main cause of their death. Long-term homelessness takes 25 or more years off the person's life expectancy. This is not surprising if you really consider the impact of sleeping rough, never sleeping well, along with the impacts of poor nutrition, the high likelihood of assault and brain injury, and all the other factors that are part of being without a home.



A highlight of H&H Week 2016 was an Open Mic Night at the Red Raven organized by a team from NDSU/MSU Social Work program.