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CAMPAIGN

JOIN US IN MAKING A POSITIVE IMPACT FOR WOMEN EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS IN OUR COMMUNITY 

 
 
 
 
 
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WeCare CAMPAIGN 

Too many homeless individuals in Maryland are left behind, alone, and hungry struggling to stay independent and healthy. Noble Uprising is taking strides to show those experiencing homelessness in our community that WE CARE. We are doing so by creating the WeCare campaign to get the whole community involved in making an impact. 

We are using inspirational cards written by students, teachers, and community members, as a platform to encourage impoverished individuals experiencing homelessness in our community. Socks are the number one requested item in homeless shelters, so we are providing 60 individuals with socks and creating 60 care packages for those in a local homeless shelter. 

To support the campaign by purchasing socks for us to gift or other items, please contact us at contact@nobleuprising.com or click the donate link below and select the box with the label "WeCare Campaign." 

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DRESS FOR SUCCESS 

During our workshop series, we will be collecting donations to provide the homeless women in the Noble Up Program with professional clothes. If you are interested in sponsoring this workshop, please click the "contact us" button below.

If you would like to donate professional clothes to Noble Uprising, please send us an email through contact@nobleuprising.com.

 
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MONEY HOPE

When was the last time you passed by a homeless person? What was that experience like? What did you feel? Did you feel uncomfortable, anxious, or guilty? Introducing the Money Hope Campaign. Money Hope is a program that provides donors with a safe and secure platform enabling them to donate to homeless individuals on the street.

If you want to become a sponsor or want more information on this program, please email us at contact@nobleuprising.com.   

Campaign named after our pilot program graduate Hope L. Johnson who passed away March, 2017 due to domestic violence.