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SBAC and A Safe Haven on WCPT Chicago

Elliot Richardson and Neli Vasquez-Rowland on WCPT with Joan Esposito

On December 3rd, Elliot Richardson, President and Co-Founder of SBAC and Neli Vasquez-Rowland, Founder and President of A Safe Haven were hosted on WCPT Chicago with Joan Esposito discussing the situation of homelessness and small businesses in Chicago.

With the pandemic affecting small businesses on a massive scale, many people have lost their jobs, or closed their businesses and now face the very harsh reality of homelessness.

A Safe Haven and SBAC have partnered up to tackle this situation head on with the fundraising challenge "Rebuilding Lives and Businesses".

 

You can listen to the full interview here.

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