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Free services available!

MEDICAL - DENTAL - HOUSING - LEGAL - VETERAN’S SERVICES - HAIRCUTS - CARE CARE - FOOT CARE - HEALTH SCREENINGS...and more!!!

About the Event

Project Homeless Connect is a one-day, one-stop event where individuals and families who are homeless or near homeless are able to receive a wide variety of immediate, on-site services and support for unmet needs. If you are interested in providing services, complete the applicatino below or contact:  beth@buildingblocksforkids.org

Volunteer for the Event

Volunteering for Project Homeless Connect is a great opportunity to offer support to individuals and families from our community. To sign up, click the link below. If you have questions, please contact Tina Bourland at (308) 385-5530 to learn more about volunteer opportunities available.


Transportation Locations

Need transportation to the event? You can catch a bus at Cherry Park Apartments, Salvation Army, or Centennial Towers until 2pm. Buses run on a continuous loop and will stop at the PHC event, as well as the coat drive at St. Leo's Church & the clothing giveaway at Stolley Park Church of Christ. 


A note from the Project Connect Steering Team: 

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You may notice that we've changed our name! In early 2018, our steering committee voted to change the name of our event from Project Homeless Connect to Project Connect. We came to this decision for a variety of reasons, but our main purpose is to ensure that anyone - regardless of their housing status - feels welcome at our event.

Our goal is to connect those in need with essential, same-day services. This event is open to anyone, and we chose to change our name to reflect that. We are looking forward to an amazing 2018 event, and we hope you join us in October!

Event History

Project Homeless Connect is an innovative model to address the needs of people who are homeless in cities all across the United States, Canada, and Australia.

The event concept began in 2004. It has been held in over 200 communities including Lincoln, Omaha, Hastings, and now Grand Island.