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Adopt A Family
You can bring holiday cheer to a local family
Your generosity in 2011
Each year, friends of St. Ambrose come together and pass on some of their good fortune, so that struggling families share in the holiday spirit.
St. Ambrose's Adopt A Family drive ensures that the 300 households in Rental Services have a special meal, a turkey, and gifts for the children, this December.

You can be part of this tradition by making a tax-deductible donation to Adopt A Family online here:

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St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center
321 E. 25th Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Housing Resouces
Housing Beat
November 2012
St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center

321 E. 25th Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

2012: A look back
Omalley Presser2
Gov. O'Malley held a press conference in July with a St. Ambrose homebuyer.
Together we've watched this year fly by.  Before the holidays kick into high gear, you are invited to reflect along with us about what has been accomplished in 2012.

Below are links to highlights from our eNewsletters this year.  Where did you fit in this puzzle?

New Blog Series: Rehab Chronicles
You're invited to follow along as the St. Ambrose blog follows the rehab and sale of a vacant home in Baltimore City.  Check back for updates!

November 26, 2012

Quite often you see a beautifully renovated home by St. Ambrose, but you rarely see the hard work it takes to make a beautiful and healthy home. St. Ambrose is proud to introduce the Rehab Chronicles. The housing development team at St. Ambrose has decided to take you on a rehab journey, so that you [...]...

New Board Member Profile: Syeetah
Syeetah Hampton-El, Esq.
We are happy to announce the appointment of four new members to the Board of Directors. In addition to Syeetah
Hampton-EL, Esq., profiled here, joining us are: Patricia Bennett, David Wells, Jr., and Theo Ngongang.

Syeetah first became
acquainted with St. Ambrose as a new home buyer in early 2012. She bought a newly renovated St. Ambrose home in the Northwood neighborhood of Baltimore. Buying a home in the city was important to her because she works as an Assistant State's Attorney for Baltimore City. Several years prosecuting domestic violence cases and now, a caseload that focuses on felony narcotics and hand gun violations have not dampened her enthusiasm for the promise of a better Baltimore.