Spring 2016 Newsletter

Spring Newsletter

Dear Friend,

Spring is a time for new beginnings. As the flowers burst out of the once cold ground, hope blooms here at our Shelter with your help.

Yet, to be honest, it is hard for our homeless neighbors to have hope when they are hungry & living on the streets.

Thanks to your support & donations, we can keep our lights on, doors open, food on the table, & hope in the hearts of 100s of people who knock on our door every day for help & hope.

Thanks to you, our Shelter is where hunger ends & hope begins!

Thanks for giving hope to the homeless!


Jaclyn Cherubini, MPA

Executive Director

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Spring Fever Happy Hour at City Bistro May 11th

Join us on May 11th at City Bistro for another SUPER FUN Spring Fever event!

Featuring Drink Specials, light appetizers for you and your friends, & special prizes.

This is a DO NOT MISS event!

Order Tickets now and save $5 – $25 online here

or $30 at the Door!

All proceeds go directly to the Shelter to help us continue to serve our neighbors- we helped 130 people move for the street, to the shelter, to their own homes in 2015.

Winter 2015-2016 Newsletter


Dear Friend,
Thanks to you, Irma will be spending the Holidays in her own home! It is only with your support that we are able to move our homeless neighbors, like Irma, from the streets to our Shelter to their own homes.

Thanks to you, our hungry and homeless neighbors who don’t have any family or anywhere else to turn to will be coming to us and calling our Shelter their “home” for the Holidays. They are depending on us for the support and care that they need on their journey to become housed, and we are depending on you to keep our doors open, lights on, and warm food on the table for them.

Thanks to you, we are able to provide 50 guests with safe shelter nightly, serve 500 warm meals daily, offer 1000 showers weekly, help the homeless look for jobs and apartments, and provide real-world tools in our workshops, which include Financial Literacy, Job & Employment Issues, Computers, Culinary Arts, and Health & Hygiene.

Thanks to you, with a donation of $100, we can serve 50 nutritious meals or teach 35 guests how to use the computer or offer 25 guests the opportunity to learn how to cook for themselves on a budget and gain employable skills to be hired in a restaurant. You can truly change a life today with your donation.

Thanks to you, together, we are ending hunger and homelessness!
Best wishes for happy and healthy Holidays.
Jaclyn Cherubini, Executive Director

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Wine Tasting at Court Street in Hoboken

Wine Tasting at Court Street  March 21st

Old World Vs. New World Wines

Join the Hoboken Shelter and Court Street Restaurant in Hoboken on Saturday, March 21st for an afternoon of beautiful wines. Learn from the experts and enjoy these savory flavors in the relaxing atmosphere of Court Street Restaurant, all while supporting The Hoboken Shelter.

The tasting we will feature 10 wines in a sit-down, educational format.  Whether you’re new to wine, or, an experienced wine drinker, here’s a chance to learn about, and try some new wines.  A selection of cheese and crackers is served during the tasting, however, we strongly recommend that you have lunch prior to the tasting.                     (Court Street is not open for lunch)

The cost of the tasting is $75 per person
March 21, 2015 1:45-4:00pm
Space is Limited
or call Court Street Restaurant
Court Street Restaurant