Every time I meet with Dr. Mary McLaughlin, the executive director of Cape Haven, Inc., I am astounded at the genuine compassion and dedication that she shows toward not only this organization, but also the general cause for which it stands, and every other part of her life. Dr. Mary’s passionate attitude has allowed her work to be so impactful over the years, and has given her a true grasp and first-hand experience with chronic homelessness.
On January first, Dr. Mary’s new blog went live. Using this platform, Dr. Mary intends to share the sense of unfaltering kindness that I have been lucky enough to experience on a regular basis with all viewers and readers of her site. Dr. Mary’s blog includes a personal photo gallery and blog posts that give insight into her busy yet enlightening life, as well as tips that all people can to follow in order to help reduce chronic homelessness and aid those in need.
Dr. Mary would like to give special thanks to her social media team, especially Zoe Franciamone and Christopher Parmelee, for their hard work in developing her beautiful blog.
Please visit Dr. Mary’s blog today to learn more about her work, and check back often for updates!
Hello! My name is Reagan Graney, and I am a sophomore at Georgetown University. I graduated from Auburn High School in 2017, and I have worked closely with Dr. Mary McLaughlin for the past four years as the designer, developer, and administrator for the Cape Haven, Inc. website, as well as occasional photographer. I'm happy to be providing news updates for Cape Haven, Inc. Check back soon for more news and information!
As we make our way through the final weeks of a brutally cold winter in Central New York State, Cape Haven, Inc. finds itself growing in numbers and support.
An especially influential new member of our Board of Advisors, JL Faverio, is lending his skills in consulting, technology, and helping the homeless to Cape Haven, Inc. Find the following blurb about JL and his work on Dr. Mary’s blog:
“JL is passionate about helping small businesses and nonprofits, through search engine optimization (SEO) consulting, digital advertising, and community outreach. His efforts to establish #NoBoxBlogs in 2011 gave voice to local homeless communities, both online and offline, through his non-profit project where free websites and blogs are offered to homeless people upon request. When not doing good things for clients, and the homeless, this California native enjoys time with his wife and 4 children.”
JL’s expertise when it comes to outreach, digital marketing, and the homelessness crisis have already resulted in his very generous donation of time and abilities to Cape Haven, Inc., inspiring updates on this website as well as to Dr. Mary’s personal blog.
Cape Haven, Inc. is continuously fortunate to have a knowledgeable and committed network of highly skilled people like JL contributing to and supporting our cause.
See Mary's fundraiser here.
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Cape Haven, Inc. is immensely grateful for every ounce of support we receive—whether via donation, word of mouth, or affiliating with our organization as a member of one of our boards.
Indeed, as exemplified by our constant dedication to our mission statement, our nonprofit excels thanks to those innovative minds that encourage us to continue to grow. Cape Haven, Inc. is pleased to welcome two such people to our Board of Advisors: Naomi Lian, MD, PhD, and Adrianne Morton, PhD. We are incredibly lucky to have such hardworking, intellectual women support our cause.
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