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Registry Week: Volunteers Needed

How’s Nashville is all about involving the community. The campaign is driven by community collaboration, and we need your help.

We are recruiting volunteers for Registry Week. In particular, we still need about 100 volunteers to help survey people in the early mornings of May 29-31.

Please sign up here, and help us spread the word. You can click the following link for a volunteer flyer to print and distribute at your place of worship, work and among your friends and family: HowsNashville_volunteer_flyer.

All volunteers are required to participate in a training session on Tuesday, May 28, from 5:30-7 pm.

Surveying will take place Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday from 3:30-5:30pm (May 29-31) in and around Downtown Nashville. We will have all information for you during volunteer training.

We also are looking for people helping with data entry. All times are listed on our sign up form.

Training for all volunteers (on May 28) and the survey headquarters will be set up at the Randee Rogers Training Center, 1419 Rosa Parks Blvd., Nashville, TN 37208.

For more information, please call Judith Tackett with the Metropolitan Homelessness Commission at 615-880-2360 or email her at Judith.Tackett@nashville.gov.

About Registry Week:

The Registry Week’s purpose is to create a local Vulnerability Index. While Nashville has completed its first Vulnerability Index in fall of 2008, the community decided that it was time to update it and conduct a new Registry Week at the launch of our renewed effort to end chronic homelessness in our city.

How’s Nashville aligns itself with the national 100,000 Homes Campaign that aims to permanently house 100,000 chronically homeless and vulnerable individuals and families by July 2014. Nashville is off to a good start, but we need your support and your help to succeed. Please sign up to volunteer for Registry Week.

Volunteer flyer