View and share this e-newsletter from Paul W. Hamann, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Night Ministry, a non-profit providing housing, health care, and human connection to Chicago community members struggling with poverty or homelessness.
The Intersectionality of Homelessness
More than 82,000 people experience homelessness in Chicago each year. For each and every one of these individuals, homelessness did not just happen. It was the result of a matrix of social, systemic, and personal factors such as economic inequality, discrimination, physical and mental health, job insecurity, and sexual orientation.

This is called the intersectionality of homelessness .

Intersectionality shapes the experience of homelessness—what it looks and feels like is different for each and every one of these community members. For some, it may mean literally sleeping on the streets; for others, it may mean couch-surfing—bouncing from one temporary living situation to another.

Keep reading to find out more and to watch our new video exploring the stories of some of the individuals whom we serve.
Health Outreach Bus in the Loop
Come tour our 38-foot Health Outreach Bus, meet The Night Ministry staff, and learn more about our programs.

We'll be at Daley Plaza (between Dearborn, Washington, & Clark) from 11 am to 3 pm on Friday, July 27, at the same time as the Food Truck Fest!

Grab lunch and stop the Bus by to say "hi!'
The Night Ministry Golf Outing
Join us on Monday, September 24, at Kemper Lakes Golf Club, home to this summer's KPMG Women's PGA Championship!

Individual tickets, foursomes, and sponsorships are available.

Don't play golf but want to support the Outing? You can purchase a hole sponsorship to promote your company, honor a loved one, or celebrate a personal milestone.

The Night Ministry | 773-784-9000 | www.thenightministry.org