|Help CHAT provide housing for people who are homeless when you join us for a pasta dinner and music event on Sunday, May 15 at the ARC Pavilion, 2020 Park Ave. in Chico. Enjoy the music of the Chris Schadt Band and other top notch local musicians. $20 covers admission and dinner.|
The mission of the Chico Housing Action Team is to ensure that every person in our community has access to fair and adequate shelter and sanitation.
CHAT is the designated underwear source for our homeless neighbors during this year's Homeless Connect event. Please drop of new, packaged underwear at 1519 Arbutus in Chico, from now until April 25, 2016. You may also send money donations for purchase of underwear to CHAT, PO Box 4868, Chico, CA 95927. Your help is greatly appreciated.
All are invited to the EARTH DAY BLUES BASH at the Grange, with the incomparable Big Mo and the Full Moon Band. The concert is SATURDAY, April 23. Doors open at 6 pm, music starts at 7pm. Concert tickets are $20. Dinner and drinks, including beer and wine, will be available for purchase, and there will be a pie auction and a bike raffle as well.
~~Please join the Unitarians on April 16, Saturday, at 7 PM, for a benefit concert for CHAT/SafeSpace at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall, 1289 Filbert Ave, Chico. You will be more than impressed by the incomparable YCC ALL STAR BAND, with John Seid, Larry Peterson, Bob Littell, Zach Cowan and Rex Sromness, as they perform an eclectic mix of folk, country, jazz and blues. Only $15, no advance purchase required. Contact Leslie Johnson, 518-9992, for more information. Help us provide shelter for those without housing in Butte County, and enjoy some great music too.
Safe Space opens tonight, but we're all concerned about how many people are without other options and what to do when we run out of space.
Intake is at the Calvary Community Church at 13th and Broadway 5:30-6:30pm. Safe Space, in partnership with local churches, offers low barrier shelter to those in need.
The season is scheduled to run through the end of February, but we have two weeks during the final month without host locations yet identified.