Laura Thompson Osuri shares about her experience at the North American Street Newspaper Association conference.
Content categorized as Nonprofits
An in-depth look at the Father McKenna Center, which provides meals to those in need near Union Station.
Technology company, Wilderness Technology Alliance, and D.C.’s largest shelter, the Community for Creative Non-Violence (CCNV), have joined forces to help bridge the digital divide for those in need.
In-depth reporting on the interlinked connection between mental illness and the cycle of homelessness.
Raymond Allen, a recipient of the Deeds for Dentures project, shares his experiences with young schoolchildren.
Reporting on increasing levels of volunteer service with community organizations.
On July 1, 2009, So Others May Eat (S.O.M.E) celebrated its 40th Anniversary with a concert.
Details of the 2009 Night of Hope outreach to provide goods and services to those in need.
The founder of the N Street Dental Clinic, Betsy Kutscher, has retired after founding and running the clinic for 11 years.
Mary Otto writes on the art programs of Miriam’s Kitchen.
David Hammond describes the art of writing for Street Sense.
Reporting on the launch of an online legal resource for advocates and organizations working on homelessness issues.
Street Sense presents highlights from its 2008 operations for readers.
The end of the winter season means that an additional 300 hypothermia beds are closing for the year, forcing more people in need out onto the streets.
Reporting on how the economic crisis is impacting many homeless agencies in the local area.
Reporting on the Mobilization to End Poverty, a three-day education and advocacy rally, held in DC from April 26-29, 2009.
Reporting on the proposed Newspaper Revitalization Act, which would allow participating newspapers to operate under U.S. tax code 501(c)(3) status.
Robert Egger, the founder of DC Central Kitchen, shares views on how we can improve the success of non-profits.
Twelve Vanderbilt University students experienced living homeless for 48 hours as part of an educational partnership with The National Coalition for the Homeless.
Street Sense Intern Alecia Peterson shares her experiences visiting the DC Central Kitchen.