From A Hot Meal To A Ride To The Doctor, South Side Woman Connects City’s Displaced With Services

“…’I don’t have any direct services myself in terms of housing, work, or anything like that. There is an entity for everything that already exists. My job is to get people to those entities,’ said Plesh.

One such entity is Just Harvest, a South Side non-profit fighting hunger in underserved communities. Amanda Fry, the organization’s volunteer coordinator, said Plesh will often walk in with five people at a time to help them get food stamps.

‘Aubrey and Team PSBG will literally go into a homeless camp and they’ve got a rapport with this population,’ said Fry….”

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Publish Date: 11-27-2017

News Outlet: 90.5 WESA FM

Author: Joaquin Gonzalez

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