Pasadena Weekly votes Union Station “Best Local Charity” (Pasadena Weekly)

In 1973, Alice Callaghan and volunteers from All Saints Church opened a storefront hospitality center on Pasadena’s Union Street to serve poor and homeless men. Since then, the nonprofit organization has grown to become the largest agency of its kind in the San Gabriel Valley. Today, Union Station offers the poor and homeless emergency housing, emergency shelter, free meals, career development and job placement programs, medical and mental health services, showers, substance abuse recovery support services and domestic violence counseling.
–André Coleman
(Cavalcade of Stars: City leaders, business people and the Tournament of Roses lead the Pasadena Way)

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