Episode 12: 150 years of compassion at The Bowery Mission

For The Bowery Mission in New York City, COVID-19 isn’t the first crisis they’ve encountered since they opened their doors in the 1870s. More than ever, their dedicated team of staff and volunteers are committed to provide shelter, meals, and compassion for their neighbors today and long after the pandemic is over.

Inside this episode:

  • How The Bowery Mission team is meeting essential needs like shelter, food, and basic hygiene
  • Stories of how staff, volunteers, and donors are showing up to serve in this critical time
  • A call to have an increased amount of compassion for our neighbors who may be struggling


Key topics: New York City, homelessness, at-risk populations

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