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Living Hope Disaster Relief Work Underway

Living Hope has been busy since Hurricane Harvey hit last year. We have been working to help our members and others get the help they need to continue their rebuilding efforts. We have been focusing on helping by doing a variety of things such as referring folks to various agencies so they can get the help they need, helping folks get their wheelchair ramps rebuilt, providing some direct monetary aid and advocating with policymakers to provide a better and just recovery. We will be updating on our efforts with the release of a report later this year.

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Living Hope Recognized at Catholic Social Ministry Gathering in D.C.

Living Hope Recognized at Annual Catholic Social Ministry Gathering in D.C.

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Monday December 18th: Celebrate International Migrant Day 2017 with us!

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HURRICAN HARVEY UPDATE

Dear members, allies and friends of Living Hope: We want to give you an update on our situation.

Our Living Hope team is coordinating  by phone and social media to check in with our members and their families and get them any support they need in these difficult times.

We have some of our members that had to be evacuated from their homes but are safe now.

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Living Hope Raising Our Voice for Our Communities

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Living Hope Asks Harris Health Board of Directors to reinstate access to medical supplies

On December 3rd, international day of people with disabilities, Members of Living Hope Wheelchair Association spoke in front of Harris Health board of directors to demand access to medical supplies for those who are not eligible for Medicaid. We were supported by other members of Health is a Human Right Coalition. Our president Noe Ramírez, one of our members, Abundio Ramírez and our Executive director Pancho Argüelles also requested expansion of dialysis services since the catastrophic impact lack of this treatment has on those who need it.

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Fundraising Dance for Living Hope - Saturday September 18th

Join us on Friday September 18 at Salón Chapparral to dance for justice with excelent musical groups and to raise funds for our organization to continue our mission to providing medical supplies and equipment for immigrants with spinal cord injuries!

See you at 444 Northwest Mall!

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New Song by Manu Chao to support Deported Honduran Immigrants Mutilated by "The Beast"

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