Portraits of Chopping for Change (C4C) offers a unique look into the inspiring stories of five of LMM’s C4C graduates. Click the link below to check out the project, compiled by LMM Advocacy Intern Mark Grabowski.
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As my internship with LMM wraps up, I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to journey with you all this summer. A special thank you to Margie Glick, Director of Advocacy, for being an amazing supervisor, leader, and friend during this experience. She has pushed...
As LMM transitions into the next phase following the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to work to ensure that homelessness be brief, rare, and non-reoccurring. We need your help to make this happen: 1. Know a landlord? Encourage property owners to accept housing...
As I sit here and prepare to write my second blog post on my journey with LMM, I cannot even believe how fast time moves as I have now completed five weeks of my ten-week internship experience this summer. The month of June and the first few weeks of July have been...