This year’s Golf Outing, scheduled for May 19, 2024, will honor the late Thomas W. Cullinan. Sign up or sponsor this event online.

Community Service Alliance

Community Service Alliance

Community Service Alliance is an organization that challenges the perception of homelessness. They understand that the face of homelessness is not always what people expect it to be, which is why their mission is to provide housing, job assistance, and life skill development to men who are transitioning out of poverty, homelessness, and addiction and into independence and self-sufficiency. Over their history, they have proudly served over 3000 men and have transformed their lives.

Their approach to helping individuals is to be there with them every step of the way, serving as a resource, guide, and mentor as they journey towards a better life. Community Service Alliance believes that men need to find the strength within themselves to overcome their obstacles and are dedicated to supporting them through that process.

With four houses already established, Community Service Alliance envisions the possibility of a fifth house. This expansion is not only a reflection of the need in the community but also of the care, compassion, and services they provide to those in need. Their commitment to transforming lives is unwavering, and they will continue to be a beacon of hope for men looking to rebuild their lives.

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