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EGH on the Frontlines of COVID-19

EGH on the Frontlines of COVID-19

At Elizabeth Gregory Home, we are taking things one day at a time, one hour at a time, and sometimes, one minute at a time. New public health measures and information are announced daily about COVID-19 and how to optimize the health and safety of staff, volunteers,...

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Coronavirus: How EGH is Responding

Coronavirus: How EGH is Responding

Elizabeth Gregory Home places the health and wellness of our clients above all else. We are always striving to ensure that our Day Center is a safe space for everyone. While we have yet to see any confirmed cases among the women that use our services, we are acutely...

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Hope is Still in Bloom

Hope is Still in Bloom

At EGH, our core values inform our decisions: Respect, Inclusion, Community, and Empathy (RICE). When grappling with whether to cancel this year’s annual dinner because of the coronavirus epidemic, our Board of Directors honed in on community, prioritizing the health...

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Changes at EGH & How You Can Help!

Changes at EGH & How You Can Help!

With our kitchen renovation project drawing near, EGH is preparing to make some major changes at our Day Center!  At this time we will NOT be accepting any more clothing donations, in order that we can save and prepare space for our upcoming day center renovation. We...

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Zenashe Earns U.S. Citizenship

Zenashe Earns U.S. Citizenship

Zenashe Ewnetu (L) immigrated to the United States from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with her two young children in 2013. She fled domestic violence and abuse perpetrated by her children’s father who vowed to kill her if she ever returned. In May 2017, Zenashe began working...

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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays!

First, let me just say, thank you! If you’re reading this, I suspect you understand how finding a warm, safe space to rest, eat hot nutritious food, bathe, and feel welcomed can positively impact a woman experiencing homelessness. But let me elaborate on what...

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