Salvation Army Marks Out The Addresses Of The Homeless
Canadian Campaign Uses House Number Signs To Highlight Street Sleeping
Published on Oct 23, 2013
In Toronto, The Salvation Army is drawing attention to homelessness with an outdoor campaign underlining how many people live on the streets. The campaign, devised by Cossette, places home address number signs, of the kind usually seen on houses, in public places across the city, such as such as street corners, bus stops and even on the doorsteps of buildings. Beneath the number it reads "No-one should have to call this home" before encouraging people to text a donation to the charity.