We are raising money to renovate our Drop-In Center and the large, unused vault behind the Drop-In Center.Continue Reading
Holidays can be rough. YOU can make it better.
The holidays can be a difficult time of year for many of our youth. It’s often a reminder of what they don’t have.
This Giving Tuesday, you can bring them a little warmth by making sure each of them receives a gift during the holidays.
Do you need a place to sleep tonight?
Come to the Winter Warming Shelter. The youth warming shelter is a 10-bed, temporary shelter for youth ages 18-24. It is located in the basement of St. Joseph’s Co-Cathedral at 29 Allen St. in Burlington.
Come by the Parish Hall entrance starting at 6 PM each night. Please call (802) 864-7423 x302, or, after 5 PM, call (802) 324-2934.
Photos from the 2019 Empty Bowl Dinner
Held each October, the Empty Bowl Dinner brings together guests who chose a handmade ceramic bowl to keep and fill it with soups donated from several local restaurants, all while supporting local teenagers and young adults.
A year of “you-are-not-alone”
2018 at Spectrum was made possible by our incredible community of donors, volunteers, and mentors. As one of our youth recently said,
“I can honestly say that I don’t know where I would be now if it weren’t for Spectrum welcoming me with open arms when no one else would.”
Calling all non-superheroes! Spectrum is looking for new mentors
You don’t have to be a superhero, all you need to be is a friend. There are about 50 mentees waiting to be matched and the commitment is only about four hours a month.