Last month our (fully vaccinated!) staff gathered in person for the first time since March 2020 to break bread and share fellowship. Several of us had been working together for a year or more and never met in person! We are filled with gratitude for the community collaboration, care, and compassion that brought our region to the point of being able to safely gather this way.

Pictured above left to right: E.N. West (Faith Land Organizer), Cesar Linares Estevez (Highline Organizer), April Little (past Service Corps intern), Kimberly Dominguez-Barranco (Accompaniment Program Coordinator), Michael Ramos (Executive Director), Joey Lopez (Faith Land Initiative Lead), Irene Muller (Communications Manager)

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