‘Solidarity Sleep Out’ To Raise Money, Awareness For Homeless Youth
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — This week, some of the most powerful business leaders in New York City are planning to sleep on the streets to raise money and awareness for homeless youth.
Covenant House New York is holding its annual “Solidarity Sleep-Out: Executive Edition” on Thursday night.
Tod Monaghan with Covenant House and Rick Van Ben-Schoten with Lenox Advisors, Inc. stopped by CBS 2 to talk about the event.
For more information, visit www.covenanthouse.org.
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