This month you are hearing from another of our Board members, Andrew Frank.

     I was introduced to Cornerstone Community Housing (CCH) in 2017 at a volunteer event held at Church on the Square in Canton. I had recently moved back to Baltimore and was looking for a way to get involved in my community with an organization that I believed in.


     After seeing Earl’s Place, meeting some of the men and board members, and attending the Resolution Run, I felt a deep connection to the people of CCH and their mission. I joined the board in 2017. As a realtor, I have enjoyed using my skills in sales, marketing, and operations to help increase visibility and support for CCH.


      I grew up in Baltimore and have always been aware of the issues of homelessness and substance abuse in our City. I believe in CCH’s mission and vision to assist men who want to change their lives. I think it is so important to give back to my community and I’m happy to have found such a wonderful organization.


     There are so many ways to get involved with CCH, whether it be attending the Resolution Run, the Opening Doors dinner or becoming a GEM. I have encouraged my friends and family to contribute as well. As a small organization, it is incredible to see the immediate impact that your support can have.


     I am proud to be a part of the CCH community and have been amazed at how Sheila, the staff, and the men have all adapted so quickly to the changes caused by Covid 19. In this time of physical separation it is more important than ever for us all to stay connected and support the mission of CCH. 


Thank you, Andrew 

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The 2019 Annual Report is available here.  If you would like a copy by mail, please let Sheila know.