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Last week, United First Parish Church (Unitarian Universalist) Quincy, MA and Father Bill’s & MainSpring (FBMS) hosted a memorial service to honor 46 of our program participants from the Quincy area who passed away in recent years. Thank you to the Quincy Interfaith Network for helping us organize such a meaningful service for our staff, program participants, and their loved ones.After each individual was remembered, FBMS staff placed a stone into a “well of remembrance,” causing a small amount of water to overflow, representing the range of feelings held for those lost. Pictured below: FBMS Stabilization Manager Trudie Munroe, FBMS Housing Case Manager Tanja Cole-Iyamu, and the Rev. Alissa Oleson Good Shepherd Quincy delivering remarks during last week's service. #NobodyShouldBeHomeless ... See MoreSee Less
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Last night, FBMS took part in the annual Point in Time count, the federally recognized count of all individuals experiencing homelessness in America. Special thank you to Brockton Mayor Robert Sullivan for joining our team in #Brockton!When we find someone sleeping outside, it is an opportunity to engage with individuals to see if they would like to enter emergency shelter and to connect them with supportive resources that can help lead to permanent housing. We also hand out blankets and other critical supplies.Thank you to our dedicated employees and volunteers who participated in this year's count! #NobodyShouldBeHomeless ... See MoreSee Less
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