SLP Fall/Winter Newsletter

Posted by: Becca Smith Hill

Take a look at our Fall/Winter 2014 newsletter!

SLP Fall/Winter Newsletter

 

Inside you’ll read an article about SLP by Salley McAden McInerney, a former State Newspaper columnist, as well as an article from Trinity Housing Corporation Board Chair, Walker McKay, expressing why he gives to St. Lawrence Place.

You’ll also read a really informative interview with Dona Anderson, Director of Institute for Children, Poverty & Homelessness (ICPH) in NYC.

And don’t forget to Save the Dates for Sip for St. Lawrence Place on December 10th & the Race for the Place 5K on February 21, 2015.

 

Our Very Own Community Builder at SLP!

Posted by: RJames

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Because of her awesome work in founding and continuing to serve our adult book club, Lila Anna Sauls and I decided to nominate Tamara King as a “Community Builder,” a program sponsored by a partnership between WIS TV and Mungo Homes.
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The Business of St. Lawrence Place

Posted by: Lila Anna Sauls

I run a non-profit.  I am a CEO. Today I am dressed in business attire, and walked down Main Street with a purpose…securing support and funding for the programs at St. Lawrence Place.
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Columbia Museum of Art & SLP: A Perfect Partnership

Posted by: Becca Smith Hill

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The SLP kids recently took their first trip of the school year to the Columbia Museum of Art.  SLP has an amazing and enduring partnership with CMA.

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Learning a New Way to Save

Posted by: Tyra Jefferson

On August 4, 2014, SLP families were introduced to a new way of saving money: Extreme Couponing Classes!

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Square Pegs & Round Holes: Our New “Lunch & Learn” at SLP

Posted by: Lila Anna Sauls

Years ago, through a special grant from the Central Carolina Community Foundation, we were able to work with Moss Blachman, an expert in homelessness, capacity building and strategic planning.  Moss spent months working with our staff and board, teaching us how to make our organization stronger so we could better serve our homeless families.
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