Help out the Homeless this Christmas

Give-A-Jam to End Homelessness 2017 (Dec. 21)
Clifton Center  |  2117 Payne St.  |  Search Facebook  |  $25 ($10 in food/drink)  |  6 p.m.

This annual extravaganza features live music by local musicians, food by some of the finest chefs in the city and a silent auction showcasing locally-made art. Proceeds benefit the Coalition for the Homeless, which is striving to end “homelessness among young adults, with a goal of housing all homeless young adults by 2020,” according to its website.

Sugar Coated: A Benefit For Coalition For The Homeless (Dec. 22)
Meta  |  425 W. Chestnut St.  |  Search Facebook  |  No cover  |  9 p.m.-4 a.m.

Sugar Coated is a holiday dance party with two ways to be a charitable: a) Bring a coat or blanket for donation, or b) order something from Meta’s one-off menu, and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Coalition For The Homeless. Live music will be provided by DJs John Penn Browning, Matt Anthony, Mint, Kim Sorise, Narwhal, DS, JP Source, Ben, Alexander and Lil Cory who promise to keep things “festive, sparkly and jolly AF, with all vinyl sets!”

Thursday, Dec. 21 and 22