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Houston: Convenant House Fund Raising

Houston business and community leaders, including our honorary chair, Jamey Rootes, President of the Houston Texans, will be sleeping out on the cold hard ground of the CHT campus on the night of November 15th in an effort to raise awareness and support for the programs and services provided for CHT youth. This will be the coldest night we have experienced for Sleep Out in Houston.

We are less than $100,000 away from our fundraising goal of $650,000. Nationwide, over 1,200 leaders in business, government, media, and sports will also sleep out on the streets in 18 cities across North America in solidarity with homeless kids.

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