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  • Empty Bowl staff and volunteers. | Photo by Karen Pike.

    Thank you so much.

    Thank you to all who were part of the Empty Bowl Dinner on Thursday. Whether you attended, served soup, or volunteered, you made the evening magical.

    As one young person who spoke that night put it, “To know that there are people who want to see youth graduating high school, having a home, it really inspires me to do better and to push myself. I want to thank all of you.”

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  • Staff prepare dinner at the Spectrum Youth & Family Services Drop-In Center in Burlington, VT on Thursday, April 20, 2017. (James Buck Seven Days) COURTESY NON-PROFIT / PERSONAL USE HANDOUT - FOR COMMERCIAL, NEWS, OTHER USE PLEASE CONTACT JAMESKBUCK@GMAIL.COM

    Thank you for being a true believer.

    We wanted you to see how donors like you are making a difference for our youth.

    Click here to see our 2016 annual report, and learn how people like YOU are stepping in to make sure our doors stay open for the next youth who needs help.

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    Photo by James Buck for Seven Days
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    Detail Works is officially open.

    Governor Phil Scott helped our youth employees cut the ribbon last week at our Detail Works grand opening.

    Detail Works is car detailing for social good. Make an appointment today.

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Spectrum’s Empty Bowl Dinner
October 12, 2017
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Spectrum’s Sleep Out
March 29, 2018
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