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Belair-Edison community art initiatives were feautured in the latest NeighborWorks America blog. The article takes a look at community art happening in neighborhoods around the country. Read the full article here
Congratulations Annette!
After nearly 30 years with St. Ambrose, Annette celebrated her retirement at the end of June. Annette played an integral part in starting the Homesharing program during her time here, where she worked to match homeowners with roommates.

Thank you, Annette, for your hard work and dedication to helping the Baltimore community!

We would like to thank the following organizations:

The Adrian Dominican Sisters

Bank of America

There is no US without YOU!
321 E. 25th Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

July 20, 2016

St. Ambrose attorneys provide access to civil legal aid at a pop-up legal clinic at Mondawmin Mall on July 11th. 

Summer is in full swing here at St. Ambrose! 

In this newsletter we celebrate the retirement of longtime staff member, Annette Leahy Maggitti, and introduce the student interns who are spending their summer working and learning here at St. Ambrose.
Summer Learning at St. Ambrose
Each summer, St. Ambrose welcomes students from universities and high schools both near and far to work and learn during a summer internship at St. Ambrose. This summer, students are learning about the St. Ambrose mission, providing services to clients, evaluating the impact of our programs, and helping St. Ambrose share our story! 

Tasayeh Nickens,
Housing Development Intern

Tasayeh goes door-to-door in Belair-Edison, collecting valuable opinions from community members.

"I'm gaining the knowledge of what nonprofits are doing behind the scenes."
Courtney Watkins,
Law Clerk

Courtney drafts deeds, conducts crucial legal research, and helps clients get access to civil legal justice.

"I don't think I could have gotten the same experience elsewhere." 
Karly Horn,
Homesharing Intern

Karly personally follows up with each Homesharing client to ensure their satisfaction.

"I get to see a direct correlation between work and helping individuals."

Maegan James,
Resource Development Intern

Maegan collects stories from clients and staff alike to share for St. Ambrose's upcoming 50th anniversary. 

"I love that every day I hear firsthand stories from clients whose lives have been changed by the amazing people at St. Ambrose."

The mission of St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center is to create, preserve and maintain equal housing opportunities for low and moderate income people, primarily in Baltimore City, and to encourage and support strong and diverse neighborhoods. 

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