Eastburn and Gray Observes MLK Day With 2022 Service Project
Attorneys and staff from Eastburn and Gray proudly observed the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday last month by supporting the Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless (CSSH), an alliance of individuals and organizations assisting unsheltered adults in Central Bucks County.
CSSH work is based on building trust. During the Code Blue season, guests are welcomed, offered a warm meal that is eaten family style, have the opportunity to fellowship and share stories, get a good night’s sleep, and make connections and build relationships that continue beyond that cold winter night.
Year round, CSSH continues to support those in need through community meals and other outreach efforts – including securing needed identifications, providing gift cards for emergency meals, purchasing clothing for job interviews, offering financial support to access housing, and more.
CSSH helps individuals make a plan to pursue housing, employment, mentally and physically healthier lifestyles, and generally fuller lives defined by safety and dignity.
For more information about CSSH, including information about becoming a volunteer, please visit their website, https://co2ssh.org.
Photographed above are (from left to right): Brenda Everitt; Linda Stewart; Dima Kourouchin; Grace Deon; William Dudeck; Anne Bishop (CSSH); Mark Eastburn; and Mae O’Brien (CSSH).