Our statement on the conviction for the murder of George Floyd

Calvary Women’s Services is encouraged by Derek Chauvin’s conviction for the murder of George Floyd. We recognize this as an important step in a long march toward a more just and equitable society.

We remain committed to eliminating the pervasive, systemic and institutional racism that harms the lives of Black people daily. We will continue the urgent work to build a world in which all people can live without fear, in the safety and security that is their right.

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June 27, 2022

Meet our Team: John Kemp

John Kemp John Kemp is assistant director of permanent housing at Calvary Women’s Services. He oversees Sister Circle, the Reach Up rental assistance program (RAP), and the newest program, Sisters R…
March 7, 2022

Donohoe Hosts Virtual Hospitality Hiring Sess…

Last month, the hotel management company, Donohoe, hosted a virtual hospitality hiring information session for women living at Calvary Women’s Services, as part of our job placement program, Step U…
May 16, 2022

Calvary Women’s Services to Honor Altria wi…

During the 2022 Hope Awards Dinner on May 18, Calvary Women’s Services will honor Altria with the Partner of the Year award. Altria and its employees have supported Calvary’s work for more than…