Join 384@KI as we volunteer together at Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, located in the basement of the University Lutheran Church in Cambridge. Below is a description of the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter from their website:
The Harvard Square Homeless Shelter is a student-run homeless shelter currently operating out of the University Lutheran Church in Harvard Square that serves 24 men and women every night for the five coldest months of winter. We strive to provide our guests with resources and services that will help them successfully transition into housing. In the meantime, we hope to ensure a sense of dignity that is often absent when people have been maltreated or stigmatized because they are homeless.
We will meet at the shelter from 6:30-9:15pm to cook, serve, and clean up dinner. Space is limited to only 8 volunteers, but if we have extra interest we will look into organizing a second volunteer night with the shelter.+ More... - Less...
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