Where Can The Homeless Find Shelter From The Cold?


Shelters for the homeless are open and available during the winter, thanks to volunteers and the non-profit Code Purple. Beds can be found on a nightly basis, but capacity at shelters is limited due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to maintain social distance. If you encounter a homeless person, the Delaware Housing Alliance…

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Tiny Homes Considered For Homeless Shelter In Sussex Co.

Photo courtesy of Conley's Church / The Springboard Collaborative

A non-profit will seek approvals and permits for its proposal to create temporary sleeping quarters for homeless people, including children. The cabins are manufactured by a company in Washington State. The Springboard Collaborative is working with Conley’s Church in the Lewes-Angola area, which said it has sufficient space on its property, and is looking for…

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Code Purple Sussex Opens Nightly – Volunteers Still Needed


Night time temps are going to be very low until Dec 15th which is the beginning of Code Purple Sussex’s nightly openings without regard to temps. So with that in mind, Code Purple is now active until March 15th! We will be open every night in¬†Seaford,¬†Bridgeville, Delmar,¬†Milford, and¬†Georgetown.¬† (Laurel will open nightly starting Jan 1st…

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