When a family becomes homeless, their primary concerns revolve around survival - it's understandable if "play" gets lost in the hustle for food and shelter. But PLM Families Together - a Raleigh-area nonprofit that helps families transition back to stable housing - knew how important a playground would be to their families. Research Fellow Joe Polich and 3 recent law school grads volunteered to help build that playground last week. Read further for a quick summary of that experience.
Read More... (From the Ground Up)
Posted by Joseph Arthur Polich on Mon. November 3, 2014 1:30 PM
In the past year, the Poverty Center along with other advocates, partners, and interested citizens has crisscrossed the state of North Carolina, meeting with communities during the Poverty Tour to talk about their experiences with homelessness, hunger, unemployment, lack of access to health care and other barriers to living, full productive lives in our state.
Read More... (Join us and be a part of the Story of America, August 8 at 7 p.m. in Durham!)
| Posted by Mary Lynn Irvine on Wed. July 24, 2013 12:27 PM