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September 10, 2022

Rest Stops Need Neighborhoods and Neighborhoods Need Rest Stops

Dan and Nancy live about a block and a half from Nightingale. What began for them as a brief chat with Nathan and Tracy as they […]
September 10, 2022

Mondays at Nightingale

It’s Monday evening, and Mango, Nightingale’s resident cat, is staring into the blackberries, alert to a sound that only she can hear over the voices at the […]
September 10, 2022

The Power of Work

Sam is on a roll. After losing work because of Covid, he struggled at first to find work. Eventually he was able to get a job […]
January 23, 2022

Wayne Martin receives Blackberry Award

Wayne is the 28th recipient of the Blackberry Award and it was given out this afternoon with a crowd of about 50 friends and fellow advocates […]
January 12, 2022

Newsletter January 2022

Pat Parsons, a very close friend of MaryKay White, passed away on November 22.  Her family donated $15,000 to Nightingale Hosted Shelters in her memory.   The […]
January 3, 2022

Camp Manager at Nightingale Hosted Shelters.

It’s a damp 45 degrees and dark out at 5:30 on a mid-December evening. Other than lights from the warming hut the camp seems gloomy in […]
April 20, 2021

Special Thank You’s!

The Tractor Supply Company located in Junction City has done so much to assist NHS this last year. They’ve donated a refrigerator and a year’s supply […]
April 20, 2021

New & Simple Ways to Support Nightingale Hosted Shelters

NHS is participating in the new “BottleDrop Give” fundraiser program. The Give program is the can drive that never ends. On Friday, March 19th with the […]
November 30, 2020

Eugene Emerald Valley Rotary Donations

Kent Gibbons, Club President, and Dean Martin Club Foundation President presented Sandy Cutler, Nightingale Hosted Shelter Board President, and Shelter Manager Nathan Showers with a check […]