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Homelessness: What Can Be Done?
A Conversation with CASA & WPC Members
Wednesday, March 20, 7:00pm, Room 105/Zoom
CASA is a nonprofit working to end homelessness in Durham, Wake, and Orange Counties. For 32 years, CASA has provided a home to our community’s lowest-income citizens through their affordable rental housing. Their permanent, affordable housing provides folks in need with a door that locks, a warm bed, and a space for healing. At this event, we’ll hear about Bryan Place, named in honor of WPC’s own Nancye Bryan – a 16-unit community opening this month on North Duke Street in Durham. Join us to learn more about CASA’s work to end homelessness in our community.
Emma Doss joined the CASA team in 2019 after working for several years on food insecurity throughout the US. As CASA’s Director of Mission Advancement, Emma manages all of CASA’s fundraising initiatives and external communications. She is driven by connecting our community to CASA’s mission and showing the true difference that affordable housing can make in a person’s life. Emma believes everyone deserves the dignity of a safe, stable home.
Cheyanne Murdock, who previously worked in the arts sector in Durham, joined the CASA team in 2023. Originally from New York, she spent her formative years there before graduating from Syracuse University and embarking on a journey abroad to serve in the US Peace Corps. As CASA’s Annual Fund Manager, Cheyanne is skilled at nurturing relationships with businesses and individuals, building new connections, and spreading the word about CASA’s mission. Cheyanne knows that homelessness in our community is a complex but solvable problem.