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The Haven Project’s Holiday Drive is looking for gift cards and other donations to help homeless young adults on the North Shore.
Read the full Salem Patch article HERE.
In MA, there’s no place that reports a higher number of unaccompanied homeless youth than Lynn. Check out this WGBH story about unaccompanied, homeless youth in MA, featuring several Haven clients.
Read the full WGBH story HERE.
“Our role is to advocate for young people, many of whom are in dangerous, life-threatening situations,” Gini explained “They’re often not in a good place and open to influence from people who would take advantage of them. The Haven Project can have a long-term impact; we are helping to prevent chronically-homeless adults. This is important work.”
Read more about Gini’s story HERE.
Winning Home is focused on children and their families predominantly on the North Shore of Massachusetts, and successfully closed the year by granting funds to 18 local programs, one of which was a $7,500 grant to the Haven Project to help address the unmet needs of unaccompanied homeless young adults in Lynn and surrounding communities. Read more of the Daily Times Chronicle article here.
LYNN — A new partnership spearheaded by the Haven Project could result in 24 units of supportive housing for low-income young adults in downtown Lynn.
Read the full article Daily Item article here!
May 8, 2017 (published by the Lynn Item)
ITEM PHOTO BY OWEN O’ROURKE
Jaileen Malave, front, James E. Austin, left, Sokhan Prak, and Esther Summersett enjoy the open mic event.
By DAVID WILSON
LYNN — It’s only about 10 minutes into the Finals Week Breather + Open Mic at Land of A Thousand Hills Coffee Company, and Emily Urbina is hopeful for a good crowd.
The event, hosted by the The Haven Project, was open from 5:30-8 p.m. Monday for students and young adults. “Take a break; vibe out with us; enjoy great talent,” said a small flyer for the event.
Urbina, program director for The Haven Project, said the talent could include poetry, hip-hop performances, and more. Her hope for the event was that it engages the community in a greater way, she said. Read full article…
March 20, 2017 (published in the Lynn Item)
PHOTO BY ALENA KUZUB
Lynn Shelter Association’s “Off the Grid” photography project is exhibited at the Massachusetts State House.
By GAYLA CAWLEY
BOSTON — The Lynn Shelter Association is using photography to give a close-up view of the struggles of homelessness.
The Lynn Shelter Association (LSA) , along with the Lynn delegation, and partner agencies, Homes for Families and The Haven Project, hosted a presentation of LSA’s “Off the Grid” photography project on Monday at the State House.
The photography exhibit displaying pictures of homelessness in Lynn will be on display in the State House this week. Read full article…
September 30, 2016 (published in the Lynn Item)
Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Co. on Munroe Street in Lynn/Facebook
By Bridget Turcotte
LYNN — If you’re out on the road, feeling lonely and so cold, you can stop by Land of a Thousand Hills.
On Wednesday, the Munroe Street coffee shop will be transformed into Luke’s Diner, where many watched the back-and-forth antics of the beloved over-caffeinated, mother-daughter duo of “Gilmore Girls.”
Land of a Thousand Hills is partnering with Netflix to promote the upcoming Nov. 25 release of a four-part return to the series. Read full article
The Land of a Thousand Hills Café
Our award-winning social enterprise provides a venue for our job-training program and operating funds for all of our programs. This café has been a part of our strategic plan since our inception and we are thrilled to see this dream come to fruition. Learn more here.
Haven in the News
- LYNN NONPROFIT LOOKS TO PROVIDE HOLIDAY GIFT CARDS TO HOMELESS YOUTH
- Haven Project Collecting Donations For Salem, Lynn Young Adults
- Number Of Homeless, Unaccompanied Youth In Mass. Soars, Even As Many Go Uncounted
- Building a Meaningful Career by Supporting Homeless Youth
- Winning Home donations in 2019 top $360,000
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