The problem: On any given night in Baltimore City, an estimated 4,000 people experience homelessness. Our response: We provide essential housing and support services to homeless citizens.
Project PLASE serves approximately 450 individuals in our Transitional and Permanent Housing programs each year and thousands over the past 36 years. We bring hope, restore dignity and end the cycle of homelessness for clients and their families. Our work is a communal effort. Project PLASE relies on dedicated volunteers and supporters to make our work possible. Learn more about how you can get involved.!
To make a furniture donation CLICK HERE.
Thank You For Supporting Purses For PLASE!
We are so excited to announce that thanks to the IKEA Life Improvement Challenge contest and your votes, Project PLASE was awarded $10,000 in product, services and in-kind donations from IKEA. Thanks everyone for your vote and support!
To see all the winners click HERE.
A Life of Service: An Interview with Mary C. Slicher, PLASE Executive Director
Read an interview with Mary C. Slicher, PLASE's Executive Director and Co-Founder, from July's Project PLASE E-Newsletter. She was just 21 years old in 1973 when she, along with three other idealistic university students, dreamed of a Baltimore where every one had a decent place to live. 35 years later, her work continues.
Housing and Hope for Baltimore's Most Vulnerable Homeless Citizens
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