Allen Schroeder brings delicious food to Casa Marianella every Saturday morning. We are so grateful for his dedication and thoughtfulness. Allen writes about his experiences interacting with residents the process of food recovery: I love bringing recovery food to Casa Marianella on Saturday mornings. There's usually music playing on someone's phone and a nice aroma is [...]
I have been teaching English at Casa for nearly five years. My goal is help my students enjoy the hour and a half they are in class, so that they will stay motivated to continue improving their language skills. Sometimes when I head to Casa, I am mentally and emotionally tired from a long day [...]
Casa Marianella runs on the kindness of our volunteers. There are many volunteer opportunities at Casa allowing for a variety of programs with very flexible hours. Food shifts are one of the many opportunities to help out at Casa. Last Saturday, members of Texas Wesley were kind enough to serve lunch to our residents. They [...]
It’s nearing 7 pm on a Friday. I’m on afternoon shift, but I’ve made a deal with the next staffer to cut out 10 minutes early to prepare for an interview. Miraculously, I slip out of the main office and creep across Gunter Street undetected, a feat most unheard of. It’s a no-man’s land between [...]
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We had a blast at the recent percussion workshop given during ESL class by Bruno Vinezof. The purpose was for Bruno to share his culture by bringing music and dance to the residents of Casa Marianella, generic providing a fun way for residents to release the stress of the day and begin to learn a [...]
Francisco Chavez and his wife Lucia ("Luz"), ed are the worship leaders for the Spanish service at St James and usually do the music for the Spanish service at Casa on Convivio night. Francisco and Luz are the creative minds behind the mural.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7E2g4agSFC8 Over the last twelve years, buy more about Enriqueta González, 56, has spent her weekends volunteering at Casa Marianella, which helps immigrants. Many non-profit organizations are looking for more Latino volunteers, especially Spanish-speaking.