Code Purple Kent County

Code Purple Kent County is on a mission to help people stay out of the cold during winter months when they are experiencing homelessness. We go beyond this effort with "Code In Need" which helps with providing a weekly open clothing pantry, food pantry and human services needs. We provide the basic or extensive needs so that people who are experiencing a crisis, emergency or other life experience that causes homelessness are able to live a peaceful life without angst. We do this by providing group homes, parsonages, temporary hotel stays, temporary tent supplies and areas as well as human services and food during most of these "helpful stays."

About Code Purple Kent County

Mission: Code Purple Kent County is on a mission to help people stay out of the cold during winter months when they are experiencing homelessness. We go beyond this effort with "Code In Need" which helps with providing a weekly open clothing pantry, food pantry and human services needs. We provide the basic or extensive needs so that people who are experiencing a crisis, emergency or other life experience that causes homelessness are able to live a peaceful life without angst. We do this by providing group homes, parsonages, temporary hotel stays, temporary tent supplies and areas as well as human services and food during most of these "helpful stays."

Our mission is to help those suffering from homelessness, abuse, financial struggle, drug addiction and those suffering from the result of a pandemic. By doing this we will provide education, housing solutions, resources, counseling and guidance to overcome their biggest problems. 
Through hard work combined with community donations, Code Purple and Code in Need have been able to direct and help provide individuals with employment, homes and medical assistance for many guests.

County Served: Kent, Sussex

Office Location(s): Dover

Sector: Civic Engagement & Social Action, Community Advocacy, Community Improvement, Disaster Relief, Disease, Disorders, & Medical Disciplines, Food, Agriculture, & Nutrition, Homelessness & Housing, Human Services, Mental Health & Crisis Prevention, Poverty & Hunger, Public Safety, Security, Substance Abuse Prevention, Transportation, Women's Issues, Youth Development