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Education Matters: Little Learners

Education Matters: Little Learners
ArkansasMatters.com LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Our House is a shelter for the working homeless to live in Little Rock.Along with adult services, there's also a child development center.Children from ages six weeks to five-years-old can spend time at a special place with Our House.Little Learners Coordinator Mollie Ispen said, "We…

Our House Hosts Open House

ArkansasMatters.com, Jan 9, 2014. LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Community members took a tour of Our House on Thursday to learn about how they help people in need. Our House provides families with shelter, job training, free childcare and education to help get them back on their feet. "At our house,…

Government Shutdown Affecting Our House Employees

Government Shutdown Affecting Our House Employees
KARK Channel 4 News LITTLE ROCK, AR - The partial government shutdown in Washington D.C. affects hundreds of state employees in Arkansas. But also those who have dedicated one year to public service assisting the working homeless. The beds at Our House shelter in Little Rock sat empty Tuesday afternoon.…

Homeless Children Face Uncertain Future

Homeless Children Face Uncertain Future
KARK Channel 4 News LITTLE ROCK, AR - Across Arkansas, shelters and schools are seeing more and more homeless children. The reasons vary. Often, the economy has forced their parents out of a job. Sometime their parents have made mistakes leaving the family without a home. Six-year-old KK and her family…

Little Rock Shelter Provides Room for Single Dads

Little Rock Shelter Provides Room for Single Dads
KARK Channel 4 News There are several places open across Arkansas that are waiting to help homeless women and children, but more and more single dads are finding themselves homeless and with virtually no where to turn for help. But one Little Rock shelter is doing what it can to…

Our House Shakespeare Rendition Raises Over $4k

Our House Shakespeare Rendition Raises Over $4k
KARK Channel 4 Monday Update Working homeless people living at Our House took to the stage over the weekend, performing Shakespeare. Theatergoers packed the house as the actors performed scenes from plays like Othello and shared their own personal stories. The event raised over $4,000; which is enough to buy…
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