- Noah's Ark Project -
Providing shelter for our unsheltered homeless
Help Provide Shelter For A Homeless Person Who Has None
A donation of just $15.00 will supply life saving shelter to a homeless person in need.
To save lives and to provide help and hope to those who have lost every worldly possession. To show them that someone does care and that their lives do matter.
WHAT WE DO:
With your financial assistance Noah's Ark Project procures and distributes life saving, high tech sleeping bags to persons who would otherwise have no shelter.
The material used in these sleeping bags was designed by NASA and has been used by medical professionals and first responders to provide immediate warmth and protection to people in emergency situations. This material was then used in the development of these sleeping bags. Constructed using a 4 ply design for durability, these sleeping bags are waterproof, windproof, reflect 70-90% of a person's body heat back to them, and can be used year round. These sleeping bags are light weight ( around 1/2 pound or roughly 240 grams) and are easily rolled up and stored in a pocket. Portability is necessity for persons who have nowhere to call home and nowhere to store anything.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
CHANGE A LIFE!
GIVE SOMEONE HOPE!
SAVE A LIFE!
PAY IT FORWARD!
BE AN EVERYDAY HERO!
SHARE THE WARMTH!
100% of your donation* will go toward providing a warm, dry shelter for a homeless person who has none.
A donation of just $15.00 will supply one life saving sleeping bag to a homeless person in need. Donations are collected via the highly secure Paypal site. Paypal is one of the largest and most trusted internet fiduciary companies in the World. Noah's Ark Project USA does not receive nor collect any personal or financial information. Contributions can also be mailed; see our mailing address below on the Contact page. Thank you for your donation. Because of your caring contribution, someone else will be warm and dry tonight.
* minus 2.9% + $0.30 processing fees charged by Paypal
NEWS & INFORMATION
Interview with John Hancock, 1110 AM WBT News Talk Radio (99.3 FM)
February 12, 2019:
Homeward Bound WNC. Sleeping Bag Drop Off
January 27, 2019:
By Ruby Koch-Fienberg
CHALLENGES OUR HOMELESS FACE:
As published by The Health Care for the Homeless Clinicians’ Network
Hundreds of our homeless die a very lonely, sad, and undignified death due to the elements every single year. To read more from the above article, click the PDF link below.
How Cold Does It Need to be Before Winter Homeless Shelters Are Open?
Ballantyne Magazine - Summer 2018:
Interview and Article by Jodi Werner with Matt Olin, Photo by Ray Sepesy
Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools - Coming In From The Cold
March, 9 2018:
FOX 46 Charlotte - November 12, 2017:
Ann Wyatt Little, Anchor, talks to Noah Rupp about his efforts to help the homeless.
Charlotte Magazine - November 2017:
Charlotte Magazine talks to Noah Rupp about his efforts to help the homeless.
Park Road Baptist Church: June, 2017
Park Road Baptist Church invited Noah Rupp to address the congregation regarding the homeless crisis and his plan to help.