Bexley Sleep Out
Benefitting Huckleberry House
On April 5, Bexley High School students will sleep out to raise awareness and money for homless youth. All proceeds will benefit Huckleberry House.
To see 10TV's coverage of last year's Bexley Sleep Out, Click Here.
Huckleberry House is working to prevent and end youth homelessness in Central Ohio. In 2017, more than 1,300 youth ages 14–24 were served in Columbus and Franklin County shelters, 532 of them were teenagers who found safety at Huck House's crisis shelter.
Huck House also ended the path to chronic homelessness for 76 young adults (18-22) who graduated from our Transitional Living Program, equipped with and education and/or employment and the life skills needed to live independently in permanent housing.
Your donation will benefit the proven programs of Huck House. Every young person deserves a place to live and a chance to thrive.