Happy Holidays from PSKS!

Published on December 6, 2016

Wishing you a holiday season that is warm and bright!   Want to make a gift to PSKS this holiday season? The coldest weather is about to descend. Gifts of any size will ensure we can spread the love…and food, shelter and a caring community. Thank you in advance for your generosity!  

 
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Thank You Brooks!

Published on November 14, 2016

  Local running shoe company, Brooks, is committed to making the best running gear to build a healthier, “Run Happier” world. Beyond making shoes and promoting a healthy, active lifestyle, they regularly donate gear so people who really need their products can put them to great use.   On a daily basis PSKS participants traverse the city to access shelter, meals and

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2016 Election: Participants React

Published on November 14, 2016

Like many in our country, the day after the election was a time to process where we are and where we’re going as a country and a community. PSKS participants shared some of their thoughts and reactions to the results…     We’re ready to get to work building bridges and strengthening our communities. Join

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Rising On Up!

Published on November 10, 2016

  There is a lot to celebrate this month in the RISE Learning Center!   RISE students are setting goals, studying hard and reaping the rewards as they pass their GED tests. In the past two weeks two students have each passed a test. Way to go!   5 students have recently passed all the tests

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Thank You!

Published on November 8, 2016

Thank you to so many of you who attended the first annual PSKS Benefit Breakfast.   You raised $95,000 in support of homeless youth! Your generosity doesn’t just provide participants with a warm, dry place to sleep at night, it enables them to advocate for themselves and their community and gain the education and job readiness skills

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