Hearing the Homeless relies on the support of the local community to achieve our goals. We are always looking for passionate and inspiring people to join our team. Find out how to become an HTH Volunteer, Ambassador, Donor, Fundraiser, or Corporate Partner below.
If you like to attend exciting events, if you like art, and/or you like to give back to those less fortunate sign up to become an HTH Volunteer! HTH Volunteers are a crucial component to our organization and we owe much of our success to the help of the community. From running events to helping film or edit stories, you all make what HTH does possible.
If you're a people person with a knack for promotion and a heart of gold sign up to become an HTH Ambassador. As an ambassador you represent our organization and help spread the word around town, on your campus, and online. We provide you with a t-shirt and other promotional material. Thanks to the help of HTH Ambassadors we've been featured in the press, set up chapters at universities, and made lifelong friends.
We rely on the support of the community to keep our organization out on the streets and getting people off the streets. Through your gracious donations, we are able to reach more people and create more change. Your dollar helps us buy the equipment to film stories and get them online, art supplies for our educational art programs, and administrative supplies.
As an HTH Fundraiser you can create your own profile and start an individual fundraising campaign, join a team, or create a team to help HTH fulfill our mission. After you sign up, you can share your unique link with family and friends on social media to invite them to donate to your campaign. We will be running quarterly competitions with the ability to win incredible prizes such as custom murals and music festival passes.
We’re looking to make connections within the community that can help serve our HTH Representatives and further our mission. We have 4 different types of sponsorship that come with different levels of visibility and marketing. Click the link below to learn more.