United Way launched a series of street installations to show what homelessness looks like during COVID-19.
Our lives have become centered around one thing: staying home. But what if you don’t have one?
Together with United Way, Wunder Canada launched a series of street installations to highlight then impact of the pandemic on the life of the hundreds of people experiencing homelessness in the city of Halifax.
To help illustrate the importance and relevance of the issue, Wunder Canada used a modified version of the recently launched Instagram sticker “Stay Home.”
“For those experiencing homelessness, a task as simple as washing your hands is almost impossible. Meeting basic needs like food and connection or abiding by public health measures all become more difficult without a home. Housing is a human right, and everyone deserves a place to stay home.”
The campaign is collecting donations in partnership with United Way to help the community deal with COVID-19 and meeting their immediate needs like providing temporary housing and making washrooms available.
You can help by donating here.
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