Making Sense of Everyday Miracles

SRQ Story Project


Pulling off miracles isn’t easy. But on 17th Street they are happening every day, thanks to the 18 determined nonprofits located at The Glasser Schoenbaum “Campus of Caring”. These nonprofits provide services ranging from housing the homeless, to literacy training, to children’s medical care. Last year, they collectively served over 45,500 individuals.

Glasser Schoenbaum’s role in these miracles is simple: providing quality offices and amenities for rent at nearly half the current market rate. Tenant partner agencies pay $8.50 per square foot per year, which covers approximately 50% of the annual expenses to run the Center. This nominal rent includes all utilities, security, maintenance, cleaning, and building insurance. The reduced overheard cost turns those dollars back to accomplishing their missions and serving people who are in need. The icing on the cake? The proximity of the campus community means each nonprofit has more opportunity for partnerships and referrals right where they live on 17th Street. 

To learn more, you are invited to Miracles on 17th Street, an evening at The Glasser Schoenbaum’s Campus of Caring on November 19th at 5:30pm.

Glasser Schoenbaum Human Services Center

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