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Welcome New Board Members!
This summer St. Ambrose welcomed two new board members. We're excited for the fresh perspective and knowledge that Mr. Aydukovic and Mr. Belen bring to our dedicated Board of Directors. 

Bob Aydukovic  is the president of the Maryland Center for Construction Education and Innovation and the principal and owner of Downtown Development Advisors. Bob brings experience in real estate, construction management and economic development to the St. Ambrose board.

Frank Belen is a managing partner and co-founder of Antson-Belen Advisors. Frank brings expertise in leadership development, finance, business development, human resources and operations to the St. Ambrose Board.
Events: Foreclosure counseling
Are you a Wells Fargo mortgage customer behind on your mortgage? Join us on Thursday (10/27) from 10am- 7pm to talk to your bank and a housing counselor all in one place. Click here for details.
The NeighborWorks Corner
NeighborWorks Works: Practical Solutions from America's Community Development Network will be available December 12th!

We would like to thank our partners:

Abell Foundation

DLA Piper

Hirschhorn Foundation

Maryland Bar Foundation

Dr. and Mrs. John Meyerhoff

St. Joseph Parish of Cockeysville

Wells Fargo Foundation

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October 25, 2016

Welcome to the St. Ambrose October newsletter! 
Giving Tuesday is around the corner and St. Ambrose staff are busy brainstorming how to make this Giving Tuesday our BIGGEST one yet! Stay tuned for ways to get involved with this international day of giving and make sure you're connected with us on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date. 

In this newsletter you'll find an introduction to our new board members, a spotlight on community-focused legal aid, and an update on a new project at Aigburth Vale mansion in Towson. 
Happy Pro Bono Week!
This week marks a global celebration of providing professional services for the common good, and our legal services team has been doing just that for over 25 years. 

Our attorneys were busy this month bringing civil legal aid into the community and doing our part to bridge the justice gap. 
Sometimes we can't wait for our clients to come to us, we go find them! 

Top Left and Right: Staff providing civil legal aid at United Way's Project Homeless Connect. 
Bottom Left: Staff attorneys reaching out to University of Baltimore law students about the value of pro bono legal services.
Aigburth Vale 
The upcoming restoration plans for Aigburth Vale Mansion were recently featured in the Baltimore Sun. Aigburth Vale is an historic mansion located in Towson that is owned and managed by St. Ambrose as an affordable senior living facility. The mansion was built in the mid-1800's and was owned by the local actor John E. Owens. 

St. Ambrose is starting the process of renovating and preserving the mansion while also doing updates to the interior design. 

Resident meeting to unveil the renovation plan and interior design proposal. 

Meeting with Councilman Marks to discuss the preservation plan and tour the mansion. 

Left to Right: David Sann , Director of Housing Development, Bill Rubin, Director of Rental Services, Councilman David Marks, Gerard Joab, Executive Director of St. Ambrose, and Mimi Kelly, Aigburth Vale Property manager.
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.