Weekly News from LMM
Justice, Mercy & Humility are our Guide
At LMM, our commitment to seeking justice, advocating for mercy and serving with humility is evident in everything we do.  

We seek restorative justice with people who need a second chance. 

We advocate for mercy in the care of vulnerable seniors and when responding to the needs of youth facing adversity.

We serve with humility by honoring the dignity of people experiencing homelessness and empower people who are unemployed by preparing them to enter the workforce.

LMM does not offer a handout; we create a path forward with opportunities that transform lives. 

Justice, mercy and humility are the guiding principles that lead us to fulfill our mission. We invite you to make an investment in our ability to seek, advocate and serve.

To learn more about our work, click here. To make a contribution to our programs, click here
Mayoral Forum on Housing and Homelessness
Last night's 2021 Cleveland Mayoral Forum on Housing and Homelessness, co-hosted by nine homeless service providers and the League of Women Voters, gave Cleveland's seven mayoral candidates an opportunity to share their vision for housing and ending homelessness in Cleveland.

In case you missed it, watch the recording here.
Volunteers Help Break New Ground
Thank you to our volunteers from Hyland Software and our partners at Business Volunteers Unlimited for coming together to help put some finishing touches on our Breaking New Ground house on Edna Ave. Hyland volunteers swept, mopped, hung up curtains, cleaned surfaces, and more. We're grateful for our volunteers! To learn more about BNG, or to support the campaign, click here.