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VSH Receives National “Pay for Success” GrantApril 23, 2016 Read full press release
Crescent Square Opens in Virginia BeachMarch 3, 2016
March 3, 2016 (Virginia Beach, Va.)—The South Hampton Roads region expanded its capacity to house and serve vulnerable individuals with the opening of Crescent Square in Virginia Beach on March 8, 2016.
The 80-unit property will house 42 individuals who experienced homelessness and 38 whose incomes are 50% or less than the Area Median Income, or $25,000 per year.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony with special guests Virginia Beach Mayor William Sessoms and
Norfolk Vice Mayor Angelia Williams is scheduled for March 8 at 11 a.m.
“Find Art Doors” Challenges the Community to Find the Hidden DoorOctober 13, 2015
Richmond, Va. (Oct. 8, 2015)—As a grand finale to the Find Art Doors public art installation and to kick off the auction for the 40 unique doors, organizers will hide a door in the City of Richmond and are challenging the general public to find it. Beginning Oct. 14, Virginia Supportive Housing and Art on Wheels—the creators of Find Art Doors—will release one clue each day until the door is found. The first to find the door and post a photo of it to Instagram will win a champagne brunch at The Jefferson plus bragging rights. Clues will be posted at www.findartdoorsrva.org and on Instagram at #findartdoors. The doors represent those salvaged from the renovation of one of Virginia Supportive Housing’s local apartment communities for people who were homeless. “Each door is as unique as the people we serve—people from all walks of life whose varied circumstances led to homelessness,” said Andrea Butler, director of mission advancement for VSH. “This art installation has raised awareness of homelessness and the fact that we can solve it,” added Butler. “The celebration and auction will raise funds to support our mission to end homelessness and help people reclaim their lives.”Read full press release
Virginia Supportive Housing Names Andrea Butler Senior Director of Mission AdvancementJuly 7, 2014
Richmond, Va.(July 7, 2014)– Virginia Supportive Housing (VSH) appointed Andrea L. Butler as senior director of mission advancement, a new position designed to strengthen public and private support for Virginia’s largest provider of permanent solutions to homelessness. As a member of the leadership team, Butler will oversee VSH’s fundraising, external affairs and marketing-communications programs.Read full press release