BUILDING ONE COMMUNITY DANS LES NOUVELLES
CT Insider By Justin Pappas For much of his adolescence, Anthony Barroso had a clear understanding of his limitations. A bank account and driver’s license were not in his future. Working legally, too, was not realistic because of his immigration status. Until he was in his early 20s and then-President Barack Obama issued the 2012…Lire la suite →
Stamford Advocate STAMFORD — Stamford-based Building One Community will be offering free COVID-19 testing from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday at the parking lot at 75 Selleck St. The rain location is 77 Selleck St. Individuals who don’t have health insurance will be tested for free. Those with insurance will be tested with no copay…Lire la suite →
CTPost By Justin Papp The obstacles came one-by-one. Because of a health condition, Nidia Marin’s husband found himself unable to work. Then, with the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, Marin lost her job as a housekeeper. The financial strain on the family was only accentuated when, at the beginning of May, the 43-year-old Bridgeport resident…Lire la suite →
The Patch COVID-19 relief fund donations continue to support the Stamford immigrant population. Stamford, CT: Building One Community (B1C) receives hundreds of calls a day from a community in distress, and its COVID-19 fund directly supports the most vulnerable populations. Many immigrants have been living paycheck to paycheck, with jobs such as childcare providers, restaurant workers,…Lire la suite →
Stamford Advocate By David Fierro STAMFORD — On a day when a new report revealed minority populations’ true vulnerability to COVID-19, Gov. Ned Lamont toured Stamford’s Building One Community Friday to see how the non-profit has redefined its mission and services to immigrants in the face of the coronavirus crisis. “Building One Community takes care…Lire la suite →
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