Dozens of volunteers hit the streets of uptown Charlotte to count the homeless

Dozens of volunteers hit the streets of uptown Charlotte to count the homeless

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Volunteers gathered in uptown Charlotte Thursday morning to walk the streets, counting the number of people who are homeless.

The “point-in-time” count happens annually and is required by housing and urban development.

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It helps the city and county get more federal funding to help the homeless.

>> Watch the video at the TOP of this webpage to watch reporter Gina Esposito’s report.

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