HOMELESS STUDENTS...THERE ARE MORE THAN YOU THINK.
There are over 925,000 school-aged children in Colorado.
118,000 of them live in poverty.
Nearly 24,000 of these children are homeless.
Student homelessness is defined as having no regular, fixed or adequate nighttime residence.
In many cases these students and their families
"couch surf" or go from neighbor to friend to live.
Breaking the cycle of homelessness & poverty through education.
Hide in Plain Sight helps Colorado students experiencing
homelessness and poverty pursue their educational goals.
COLORADO OPPORTUNITY SCHOLARSHIP INITIATIVE
HIPS can now provide scholarships to any student who is homeless
or 250% of poverty to attend
ANY public college or trade school ANYWHERE in Colorado.
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2019 CHARITY BENEFIT WATCH VIDEO HERE!