November 10, 2011
I began working with Supportive Housing and Innovative Partnerships in early 2009. Since then I have seen many people turn their lives around and become successful members of our community, including several veterans and women with children. Working with this organization has changed the way that I view our community and the individuals that SHIP works with. The most amazing part is watching the individuals that have gone through SHIP's program coming back and volunteering, not only for SHIP but for other organizations in our community. They have created opportunities through Second Chance Building Materials Center to help individuals with barriers to employment. They are community oriented and have helped many other non-profit organizations in Boise with donations of items for auction fundraisers and the creation of a website designed to help link offenders with resources.
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