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Panel to Speak on Plans to End Homelessness

Connections for the Homeless at the Lake Street Church will host a breakfast-time exploration of current strategies for ending homelessness. Speakers will include Daniel Biss, Illinois State Representative (17th District),  Mary Ellen Poole, Housing Planner for the City of Evanston, and Dr. Paul Selden, Executive Director of Connections for the Homeless. All speakers will take […]

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Connections Hosts First Breakfast Discussion on Homelessness

Connections for the Homeless is hosting the first in a series of breakfast-time panel discussions on Thursday, October 13, 2011, at 7:30 a.m. at the Lake Street Church, 1458 Chicago Ave., in Evanston.  The topic of this first breakfast is “Chronic Homelessness and Solutions.” Featured will be Connections’ Project 20, which is an initiative to […]

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Connections to Present Concert Series to End Homelessness

  Connections for the Homeless, based in Evanston, will kick off its Connections Concert Series on Saturday, June 4, 2011 from 2-4pm at the Lake Street Church in Evanston.  Admission is $25 with 100% of the proceeds benefitting Connections’ programs to prevent homelessness through housing, employment, outreach and support services. A reception to meet the […]