O-R homeless series wins awards

The Observer-Reporter’s “No Place to Call Home” yearlong reporting project about homelessness in Washington and Greene counties has received one national and two statewide awards.

Newspaper announces $5,500 in grants

Grants totaling $5,500 will be distributed to three nonprofit agencies in Greene County that provide services to the homeless or those at risk of becoming homeless as part of the Observer-Reporter’s “No Place to Call Home” yearlong series.

O-R announces grants to help Washington County homeless

More than $18,000 will be distributed to nonprofit agencies in Washington County that provide services to the homeless or those at risk of becoming homeless as part of the Observer-Reporter’s “No Place to Call Home” yearlong series.

O-R readers donate more than $23,000 to area homeless funds

We asked, and you responded.

WeCare Street Outreach receives $5,000 grant

WeCare Street Outreach, the program that provides medical care for the city of Washington’s homeless, has a goal: to end chronic homelessness.

Money will fund grants for homeless services

Nearly $10,000 has been contributed to charitable funds established at community foundations in Washington and Greene counties as part of the Observer-Reporter’s ongoing No Place to Call Home initiative.