Reporting on Street Soccer USA (SSUSA), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to use soccer as a tool for social change, moving homeless men, women and youth off the streets and into homes.
Content categorized as Nonprofits
Information on the federal government’s kickoff of its second annual “Feds Feed Families” food drive.
Reporting on awards presented at the third annual David Pike Excellence in Journalism Awards.
A report on the Hope to Opportunity Program (H2O) ran by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington.
Information on the Night Ministry Health Outreach Bus and its operations in Illinois.
Instructions on how to access resources offered by members of The Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington.
A review of resources available for homeless and low income expectant mothers.
A discussion on Save Our Safety Net DC’s views on DC’s proposed budget cuts to social services.
In-depth reporting on the Community for Creative Non-Violence (CCNV) long-term shelter and Open Door shelters.
A vendor offers advice on how you can get involved in helping those experiencing homelessness.
A vendor offers his thoughts on the Pay It Forward Project.
A former Street Sense vendor shares his tips for commercial sales.
Insight into the DC Chapter of Food Not Bombs, which hosts food events for all using donated and recovered food from waste.
An editorial of how Street Sense can impact vendors, as well as how readers can help its impact.
Street Sense shares the results of an exciting makeover project.
Insights provided by the ongoing programs occurring at the Miriam’s Studio.
An overview of enhanced programs rolling at Miriam’s Kitchen, located in Foggy Bottom of DC.
A report on the 2010 kickoff of the Stafford Foundation’s “Doing Good” Campaign to provide homeless with education, training, and job placements.
A vendor article describing Street Sense’s field trip to a Washington Wizard’s Basketball Game.
Eric Sheptock provides an overview of homeless advocacy efforts in Washington, DC.