This Ain't No Soup Kitchen! Hope is Served Daily in the Trendyloin

Barry Stenger, the Executive Director of St. Anthony’s, breaks down why we should have hope that the Bay's homelessness problems can be solved.

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Barry Stenger (LinkedIn) is the Executive Director at St. Anthony's and contributes over 20 years of nonprofit management experience, holds a PhD in social ethics from the University of Chicago, taught at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley and Santa Clara University, and has contributed to the work of the Franciscans on the west coast in a variety of capacities.  Barry and his team serve 2500 meals a day to San Francisco’s hungry and live by their slogan “Hope Served Daily” which makes those of us around the circle want to #DoMoreGood!

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Sponsor messages donated to Hamilton Families by The Ambassadors Circle 

Production: Sound Design by Courtney Grace, Production Assistance by Jen Huynh with Hosts LT and j-

Music:
360BayArea intro music by Courtney Grace with vocals by ElleT
Featured Music by Nektar_Pro “Inspiring Hip-Hip

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