Volume 96 | November 3rd, 2021
Reflections from Amy Schwabenlender, Executive Director
We have started a Blog on our website for Amy's Reflections;
Facebook recently reminded me of this memory. One year ago we were facing a Planning Commission meeting. And on Tuesday night, November 2nd, we held our third quarterly Community Outreach meeting, a requirement along with the outcome of our zoning case. A lot of this remains the same. Some has improved or changed. We still fight the fight to serve people with humanity. Still taking the high road with hope and optimism.

+++ November 2, 2020 +++

It has been more than a week since my last writing. On the front lines serving adults experiencing homelessness during a global pandemic, 90-degree days, and the loss of a champion, it is fatiguing. I write this without complaint, simply observation. The days are filled with Zoom / Microsoft Teams / WebEx, old school phone calls, and a lack of personal interaction with colleagues. Our team on Campus spends time together only in groups of less than ten people, for an hour or less. Our frontline staff continue to risk illness by serving up to 800 people per day [Read more]
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Episode 20 of
The McQuaid Mission
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We are seeing record funding pour into our community from the American Rescue Plan and recent grants provided by the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust. How do we harness the momentum of the moment to create sustainable change? Former UMOM CEO and owner of Newsom Nonprofit Consulting Darlene Newsom and HSC Director of Programs Richard Crews join us live in studio.

In the latest edition of McQuaid Mission Mythbusters, Amy Schwabenlender and the panel discuss the myth that it costs taxpayers more money to house people experiencing homelessness than if they were to remain homeless.

Episode 20 will air on Monday, November 8th! Click Here to View All Episodes.
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