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Thank you
 to everyone for making the Legacy Luncheon  a warm, wonderful event. 
Gerard Joab and Vincent Quayle


Homeownership Workshop & Open House


 Saturday, March 10 

12:00 pm to 3:00pm

2315 N Calvert Street


Foreclosure Prevention 

Open Workshops


 March 14 

5:30 - 7pm



 March 24

12 - 2pm


St. Ambrose Offices 
321 E. 25th Street



This past week started with a visit from Congressman Sarbanes and culminated with a press conference with Congressman Cummings.

Rep. Cummings presents grants to housing agencies
NeighborWorks Funding Presented to St. Ambrose

Energy Efficient Upgrades for Rentals Continue to Resonate with Funders and Residents
Brian Devlin, Director of Rental Services, reported to visitors from TD Bank, that "using primarily grant funds, we have, to date, been able to upgrade 112 homes for almost 300 low income residents. The benefit to the residents is a reduced rent burden (rent + utilities) and the benefit to the agency is a better and longer lasting housing product made possible without debt."  One of our residents reported a heating bill that was 50% lower than last year.  

VPQ Fund / Upgrades for Public Space
Imagine the wear and tear on your family rec room if you had over 500 people regularly visiting you each year.  The Green Room at St. Ambrose sees at least that much traffic - monthly workshops, Board and Staff meetings, community gatherings and just recently, a visit from Congressman Sarbanes and his staff.  

It is our primary public meeting place and it is begging for an extreme makeover.  The first use of the Vinnie P. Quayle Fund will be to spruce up our public spaces.  
This is the "before." Stay tuned for the "after."
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Gansler Press Conference
Maryland Attorney General Doug F. Gansler 
02-20-2012 11:31:49 AM

In response to a question from a follower, Reece Dameron, attorney at St. Ambrose, prepared this synopsis of the AG Settlement. "Outside St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center last week, Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler announced a settlement with five major mortgage servicers relating to improper processing of foreclosures between 2009 and 2011.  Broadly speaking, Bank [...]...