We want to invite you to join us for the CASS Dinner for Dignity Virtual Gala on October 8th! These are unprecedented times, but we can’t miss our favorite annual event so we will be taking it online this year as we look at the future of homelessness in Arizona.
The world is changing, but with 35 years of experience sheltering the homeless, we learned to adapt to change a long time ago! We must reimagine the future and the solutions that get us through the trials of yesterday, the pandemic of today, and over the hurdles of tomorrow.
With special guests United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) Executive Director Richard Marbut, Jr and several valley mayors, we will take a deep dive into the change that is possible if we reimagine the future of homelessness.
So save the date and mark your calendars for October 8th at 7 pm! Please follow us on social media for up-to-date information about the event @cass_az.
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