History 2004 Homeless man dies after sheltering in dumpster.Plymouth Taskforce for the Homeless founded by Constance Melahoures, Greta Couter, Doris Johnson and other representatives of the Plymouth Area Interfaith Association.“Overnights of Hospitality” emergency winter sheltering program for single men begins: five churches alternate as shelter sites. 2005 Dr. Robert Nahill offers the Taskforce the use of a home to house five men.Affiliation with the Plymouth County Housing Alliance (now the South Shore Continuum of Care) begun.Taskforce bylaws adopted, Board of Directors elected. 501(c)3 status approved.Start of informal collaboration with Father Bill’s/Mainspring (FBMS). 2006 First annual golf tournament fundraiser undertaken.Daily lunches provided at alternating church locations. 2009 Shelter-related zoning and state fire-safety issues resolved. 2011 Town Meeting approves acquisition of transitional housing at 368 and 370 Court St. with Community Preservation Act (CPA) funding. Eight formerly homeless men take up residency with two house managers.368 & 370 Court Street 2013 First website established. 2014 Town Meeting approves the acquisition of 366 Court St. with CPA funding. Four formerly homeless women and one house manager take up residency. 366 Court Street 2015 Organization re-named Plymouth Taskforce to End Homelessness (PTEH). Taskforce contracts with FBMS to fund one overnight shelter chaperone. “Spotlight” Fundraiser held at Plimoth Plantation. 2017 'Walking Home' Fundraiser begun. Care-oke Night Fundraiser held. 2019 Free bi-weekly laundry service provided for homeless at local laundromat. 2021 Overnight shelter program moves to local hotel in response to Covid-restrictions. Emergency appeal raises $150,000+ to pay for hotel residency. FBMS & PTEH sign memorandum of understanding formalizing collaboration.