Jeremiah joined Our Saviour's Housing as a donor and volunteer more than three years ago. He's become known as our go-to volunteer for property maintenance related needs and has played a critical role in recent renovations to our Calvary House food shelf and kitchen....
Jeremiah joined Our Saviour’s Housing as a donor and volunteer more than three years ago. He’s become known as our go-to volunteer for property maintenance related needs and has played a critical role in recent renovations to our Calvary House food shelf and kitchen. We sat down with Jeremiah to talk more about his experience
In this article, our Housing Director, Krista Gibson, reflects on the recent loss of Eligah, one of our Permanent Supportive Housing residents, and the larger systems that contributed to an early death for him and so many others. ~ The Value of a Life In late October, I attended my fourth memorial service in as
A Year Without a Home Herve will always remember the 2016 Minnesota Twins season—not because of the team’s losing record that year but because the end of this season marked the beginning of his homelessness. Herve had been employed with seasonal work at Target Field, which ended once the Twins played their last home game.
Addiction Grabs Hold at an Early Age Lisa* was nine-years-old the first time she tasted a sip of beer. “I have been an alcoholic, I would say, since that first drink. I shared a beer with my sister and one of our friends. I immediately wanted a second beer. I remember that very vividly.” “I
Thirteen-year-old Ella Madison is out to change the world – and she’s off to a pretty great start. That’s why Justice, a tween girls clothing company that “promotes a positive sense of self and the celebration of every girl,” recently honored Ella at their annual Live Justice Awards. Ella was largely recognized because of her