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Starbucks Gives Back

Josh Leonard (left) and Dillon Probert of the Mashpee Starbucks which is collecting donations for the Stuff A Stocking Holiday Drive along with the Hyannis Starbucks.  […]

Harwich Big Fix Helps Transform Lives

Barbara and Chris Mack join volunteers, which include staff from Cape Associates, who donated their time fixing up the Harwich couple’s home.  Outside Chris and Barbara Mack’s Harwich house, volunteers were busy painting the trim, landscaping the yard, and fixing gutters. [...]

Toy Run Ushers in Holiday Season

Joe and Clarissa Wetherbee with HAC Event Coordinator Deanna Bussiere (middle). The Wetherbees are preparing for the 19th Annual Chris Wetherbee Memorial Toy Run on Sunday, November 4.  On the first Sunday in November, Santa Claus will make his first holiday [...]

Celebrating the Completion of High Meadow Townhomes

Melissa Harris and her two children, Isaiah and Arianna, help cut the ribbon to mark the completion of High Meadow Townhomes which HAC developed with POAH in Bourne. The Harris family are one of 44 families who will soon call High [...]

Finding Hope at Angel House

Angel House Facility Director Lin Rohr (left) listens as Beth shares her story of what led her to the shelter and how it has helped her turn her life around.  Last summer, when Beth had nowhere to turn, she entered HAC’s [...]

Donor Spotlight: Barton Tomlinson

Those attending the Barton Tomlinson Clinical & Group Space dedication included Angel House Facility Director Lin Rohr (from left), HAC CEO Alisa Magnotta Galazzi, Jim and Betty Ryan, Rob and Kim Nichols, and Cassi Danzl, HAC’s Director of Family and Individuals [...]

A Recipe for Housing Success

In accepting his fourth straight Quahog Challenge trophy, Ron Winner (right) of The Shepley Stuffers took time to acknowledge the work HAC does to provide safe, affordable housing to those on Cape Cod and the Islands throughout the year.  Since 2015, [...]

Municipal Peer Groups Discuss Accessory Dwelling Units

Stefanie Coxe (third from right) discusses Accessory Dwelling Unit bylaws during the Mid-Cape Municipal Peer Group meeting this summer.  Modifying each town’s Accessory Dwelling Unit bylaw is not a panacea for Cape Cod’s housing issues, but it can help. [...]

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