The Vermont Comedy Club is hosting a virtual improv performance Thursday evening, April 29, 2021, at 7 p.m. as a fundraiser for Cathedral Square. The action will be guided by audience suggestions via the chat box for a show modeled after the popular TV show "Whose Line Is It, Anyway?" Tickets are $10, with all proceeds benefiting Memory Care at Allen Brook, a Cathedral Square community for very low-income Vermonters with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia.
Statewide SASH (Support and Services at Home) Director Melissa Southwick and SASH Coordinator Syndi Zook have been named co-winners of the University of Vermont's “2021 Outstanding Service-Learning Community Partner Award, COVID edition.” They both took UVM students under their wings to provide them with exceptional real-world experience by mentoring them as they worked with SASH participants and older adults. The award recognizes “partners who went above and beyond to ensure that students were able to participate in service-learning experiences even during the pandemic.” They will be honored at a virtual award reception, along with the other community partner award winners, faculty and students, on Wednesday, April 14.
Every year, the Vermont Housing and Conservation Coalition (VHCC), of which Cathedral Square is an active member, hosts Legislative Day at the State House. This year the event is virtual, so let's fill the Zoom room and show legislators the broad range of support for affordable housing and land conservation throughout Vermont. The hour-long kickoff starts at noon on Wednesday, Feb. 17. Read more and join us!
We’re seeking to fill several positions at Cathedral Square, including maintenance technicians, SASH coordinators, and other essential positions. Check out our openings and come work for a leading, progressive nonprofit.
We are thrilled to have a another masterpiece by Tom Fowler, this one destined for Cathedral Square’s newest community, Juniper House, which will open in March on North Avenue in Burlington.
On Jan. 4, Molly Dugan, director of Vermont’s acclaimed Support and Services at Home (SASH®) program since its inception in 2009, assumed the new role of Director of Public Policy & Strategic Initiatives at Cathedral Square.
Sweetwaters Restaurant, the Essex Senior Center and two Burlington churches -- St. Mark's Catholic Church and the North Avenue Alliance Church -- donated hundreds of Thanksgiving dinners to residents.
A new article from Shelterforce reinforces what we have known for a long time about the connection between health and housing: safe, affordable housing is critical to good health, especially during a pandemic.
Melissa Southwick, Assistant Director of Vermont’s Support and Services at Home (SASH®) program, will step into the role.