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A Look at Our New Home

A Look at Our New Home

It is fitting to be moving The Kitchen, Inc. to a new home when much of what we do here is help folks find affordable, permanent housing. We are excited to start this new chapter in The Kitchen, Inc.’s long history of serving this community.

The Sam F. and June S. Hamra Family Support Services Building will be the new home of The Kitchen, Inc’s support services team. This includes case managers in our Community Housing and Home at Last programs, the housing office that works with local landlords to find safe, affordable housing for our clients, our support nurse, the Donation Center, and our administrative staff. The building is located at 730 N. Glenstone Ave. and is expected to open in October.

The brand-new building includes collaborative workspaces for case managers, nine conference rooms for confidential meetings with clients, and a large board room. Extra health and safety measures were added in the construction phase to limit the spread of COVID-19. Additional safety screens were added to the reception area, social distancing dividers were added to open office spaces, and hands-free door openers were added to restroom and entry doors.

“We are so grateful to Sam, June, and the entire Hamra family for their generous support of this project. This building will allow us to better serve our clients and continue The Kitchen, Inc.’s long history of bringing stability and purpose to people who are homeless.”–Meleah Spencer, CEO

Sam and June Hamra and Charlie O’Reilly at the future home of the O’Reilly Family Campus and Sam F. and June S. Hamra Family Support Services Building.

Want to contribute to the cause? Consider donating to the Capital Campaign.

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