Welcome to the January 2017 newsletter! Here you'll find a quick round up of news and events from St. Ambrose.
Grab a friend and join us at Joe Squared Thursday, February 9th for happy hour! Let your server know that you're with the group and a percentage of your tab will support St. Ambrose.
Can't make it to happy hour? You can still support St. Ambrose by heading to Joe Squared during the month of February and ordering a 'St. Ambrose Pizza.'
Residents at Aigburth-Vale are participating in a program through AARP that is studying how technology can be used to reduce isolation among older adults. Participating residents receive an Amazon Echo speaker and are encouraged to use it to help with daily tasks and for entertainment.
Leslie (left) and Nancy (right) are two Aigburth-Vale residents who have been enjoying their Echos and encouraging their neighbors to participate in the program too.
St. Ambrose Homesharing is featured nationally in the recently published NeighborWorks Book.
Homesharing, which began matching homeowners with tenants in Baltimore City in 1988, is recognized in the book as a unique and impactful solution to the challenge of creating affordable housing.
St. Ambrose is featured alongside 2 other Baltimore organizations and countless more from across the U.S. Each page tells the unique story of an innovative solution that is helping to strengthen and empower our communities.
This book could be yours with a donation to St. Ambrose Homesharing! Reply to this email to receive more information!
The mission of St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center is to create, preserve and maintain equal housing opportunities for low and moderate income people, primarily in Baltimore City, and to encourage and support strong and diverse neighborhoods.