"As part of National Volunteer Week, members of the WAPT 12 team volunteered to help at Stewpot Community Services"
Taste of Mississippi to be Held April 11
"We're just so excited to be here, For us, it's about being in the community of restaurants," said Tanya Burns, front house manager at BRAVO! "We also always want to be a supporter of Stewpot as we love what they do and who they stand for."
More Than a Home: Mississippi Organizations Come Together to Mitigate Homelessness
"It's not going to happen overnight. It's not going to happen in a month," said Linda Caldwell, housing and community development manager with the city, "but we realize we have to start somewhere."
Jackson Community Service Group Uses COVID-19 Relief Money to Help Homeless Find Permanent Housing
"Finding permanent housing can be difficult for anyone but especially for those coming off the streets."
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