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July 3, 2012


July 3, 2012

Depends on whose there. do not go there on tuesday evening, sick asking for a couple of pieces of soap. Coughing up green for two days, could barely talk and informed the staff as a walk in. A white woman with a lesbianic haircut and gray hair will try to degrade you and give you unnecessary lecture and get you to spill your guts while you're physically suffering. All for a couple of pieces of soap. She'll probably say she's a "Christian" as well. You need some new evening staff/volunteers. There's something to say about treating others with dignity.

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December 5, 2009


December 5, 2009

Grassroots is Howard County, MD's on 24-hour crisis intervention center and homeless shelter. It is a non-profit that provides day in and day out services for the most vulnerable people in our community, including managing a Day Resource Center for the chronically homeless and a Cold Weather Shelter in area churches when Grassroots facilities are full. Everyday it supports people's decision to get back on their feet through a combination of couseling and referral. It is a remarkable change agent in our community and has helped make us a more compassionate people by engaging hundreds of people in volunteer work, making and serving food, providing clothing, holding events to raise funds, etc.

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seeing the effects on people who have lived in the shelter and moved on to greater self sufficiency.

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the ability to make a difference in the lives of people who are down on their luck.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

respectful and caring.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

build a larger shelter and provide more services for the chronically homeless who require a lot of time and effort by many professionals.

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About every month

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