Director’s Blog

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Dec

December 27, 2015

Urban Community Outreach has been in “holiday mode”, just as the rest of the community inhabitants! Course that means different things to different people. However, most of the community has […]

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Dec

December 13, 2015

Sunday was full of Christmas bustle! Lots of energy, inspiration, and healing love. One young man dedicated Sunday to honor his brother who had recently passed away and invited friends […]

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Nov

November 11, 2015

Another amazing week at Urban Community Outreach! We had so many wonderful donations of hygiene items, clothing and toys! So many willing hands to sort and pack and manage our […]

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Nov

November 1, 2015

November started off with a bang! We were very blessed with nurses, volunteers, clothing, and food on Sunday, November 1. Nurse Anne came and brought several nurses with her. They […]

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Sep

September 20, 2015

Sunday, September 20, was one of those great Sundays when we have our friends from Vedanta here to help us prepare food. They were here early and enthusiastically jumped right […]

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Sep

September 13, 2015

Though it was difficult to run up and down with food and things Sunday with DIC downstairs in Ramsey Hall and the elevator broken, we were tired, but so happy […]

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Sep

September 6, 2015

Sunday, September 6, was Labor Day weekend and most of the motels were full, but people were in need of motel vouchers and help. So we spent time calling around […]

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Feb

February 15, 2015

Word is spreading among the poor and homeless about our Urban Community Outreach Services. Sunday seemed to be a day of woman’s interactions. Immediately when we opened on Sunday, February […]

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Feb

February 8, 2015

Happy Valentine’s Day! Since February is the month to express our love we are doing some special things at the Urban Community Outreach’s Drop-In-Center. Last Sunday and this coming Sunday, […]

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Feb

February 1, 2015

Sundays come and go and each one is different. We had some wonderful donations of men’s suits and warm jackets. Nurse Anne came and had very long lines of people […]

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