BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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David Stegman

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Each day, more than 100 members of Berkeley’s homeless community rely on Dorothy Day House to eat breakfast and lunch, do laundry, shower and place their possessions in lockers — however, the nonprofit would not be able to do this without Measure P funds.
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Each day, more than 100 members of Berkeley’s homeless community rely on Dorothy Day House to eat breakfast and lunch, do laundry, shower and place their possessions in lockers — however, the nonprofit would not be able to do this without Measure P funds.
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The Dorothy Day House Berkeley Community Resource Center and the Downtown Berkeley Association partnered with local restaurants to create the Double Helping Hands program to provide to-go meals to Berkeley’s homeless community.
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The Dorothy Day House Berkeley Community Resource Center and the Downtown Berkeley Association partnered with local restaurants to create the Double Helping Hands program to provide to-go meals to Berkeley’s homeless community.
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The Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter will be moving to a new — but not permanent — long-term location at 1931 Center St. in early October, depending on certain “improvements” currently being made by the city. The date remains unconfirmed.
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The Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter will be moving to a new — but not permanent — long-term location at 1931 Center St. in early October, depending on certain “improvements” currently being made by the city. The date remains unconfirmed.
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Berkeley will vote to ratify keeping the Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter open an additional six weeks, after it was planned to close Sunday.
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Berkeley will vote to ratify keeping the Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter open an additional six weeks, after it was planned to close Sunday.
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The Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter, a new homeless shelter, opened its doors Dec. 23 at 1925 Ninth St. and will remain open nightly until April 15.
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The Berkeley Emergency Storm Shelter, a new homeless shelter, opened its doors Dec. 23 at 1925 Ninth St. and will remain open nightly until April 15.
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Visions of turkey dinners and family festivities mark the coming of the holiday season, but for the homeless of Berkeley, the coming weeks are known more for their cold, wet nights than for holiday cheer.
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Visions of turkey dinners and family festivities mark the coming of the holiday season, but for the homeless of Berkeley, the coming weeks are known more for their cold, wet nights than for holiday cheer.
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