The Power of a Capital Gift

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Hungry Summer

Spring 2014 Newsletter

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In this issue, you will read about how the campaign is progressing and how we’re all waiting with excited anticipation for the next steps. Highlights in this issue include a success report from our Pathways clients and commentary from volunteers about the Program Services Building.

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The Power of Volunteers

We currently have about 20 different volunteer positions each day. These positions vary from phone receptionist to client advocate and everything in between. Some folks work directly with clients, others serve behind the scenes, but they all share a wonderful dedication to helping folks in need!

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Serving our Mission in New Space

The new Program Services Building will be home to a large self-select food pantry, where clients will choose their own nutritious foods to feed their families. We will also have a more efficient clothing bank and households areas.

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Severe Weather Shelter

As I write this post today, the county’s Severe Weather Network has gone into effect. The Action Center has been a part of this vital community effort for several years. Here’s how it works and what I appreciate about how it’s been constructed.

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Winter Newsletter 2014

This issue gives you a in-depth look into the “Investing for a Better Tomorrow” capital campaign. It also provides some great updates on the Pathway Partners program and how our clients are reaching self-sufficiency faster, thanks to intensive case-management.

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The Impact of your Giving

I hope you will see what we see each day in the Action Center, that every gift blesses a neighbor—someone you may never meet—but someone whose life is changed because of your generosity.

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NBC Nightly News Story

On November 28th, the Action Center was featured on NBC Nightly News.

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