Candlelight Vigil for Homeless Youth to be Held in Times Square
On November 16th at 6 pm, in Times Square and at locations all across the country, Covenant House will host the most powerful advocacy event of the year on behalf of homeless kids ... a Candlelight Vigil for Homeless Youth.
The Covenant House Vigil is an urgent call to action on behalf of the estimated two million young people who will experience homelessness in America this year.
It is a day when young people from Covenant House who have survived on the streets will stand up with pride to share their inspiring stories of courage and hope. It is a day we can send a unified message across the country and across the world that no homeless youth will ever be forgotten.
The Covenant House Vigil is a day we gather to remember the young, promising lives tragically lost to the streets, and to honor their memories by fighting for the rights and the futures of each child.
Join Covenant House President Kevin Ryan and Broadway stars singing songs of inspiration on this special evening of advocacy and hope:
Date: Thursday, November 16th, 2017
Time: 6 pm – 7pm
Location: Times Square, 43/44th Street Pedestrian Plaza (Broadway between West 43rd and West 44th Street.)