Cardinal McCloskey Community Services (CMCS) is grateful to announce that we are the recipient of a $20,000 discretionary funding grant from Councilmember Rafael Salamanca, Jr.’s office.
The discretionary funding will support our Sunrise Drop-In Center. Since 2009 the Drop-In Center has been servicing homeless, runaway and at-risk youth. The Drop-In Center offers a warm and safe haven for youth and provides services, training and workshops that assist in meeting basic needs (receiving healthy meals, housing support, medical and mental health services, furthering their education, vocational training, attaining employment, etc).
Shown in the picture to the right are Nicole Brown, Audrey Erazo, Fortunata Lardo-Dimraco, Alicia Gonzalez and Beth Finnerty (CMCS President and CEO). A special thank you to Councilmember Rafael Salamanca, Jr. and his entire staff for their time and commitment in helping at-risk youth who are looking to make a better life for themselves.