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Humanitarianism Helps Uplift Homeless

On September 1, 2021, Samuel Cabassa, Executive Director of MCSWS, Shall make available to New York City’s Homeless and marginalized population,” free access to shower and toilet facilities, hand washing stations, hairdressing and barbering, clean clothes, hot meals, Addiction Recovery Coaching ... Read More

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On September 1, 2021, Samuel Cabassa, Executive Director of MCSWS, Shall make available to New York City’s Homeless and marginalized population,” free access to shower and toilet facilities, hand washing stations, hairdressing and barbering, clean clothes, hot meals, Addiction Recovery Coaching and Case Management services, including accompanying participants to the following appointments: medical, mental health, HRA, social Security, VA, legal services. and pharmacy, among others Currently,  $15,000, has already been raised to purchase a $26,000 mobile shower unit ($13,000 down payment put up by Samuel Cabassa himself). Seeking your generous donations to pay the balance ($13,000) for the Mobile shower unit, and to purchase other essential equipment: ($34,000) to purchase 2nd hand truck to hitch mobile unit to rotate sites, ($2600) 1-hairdressers/1-barber chair, two 18’ plastic outdoor tents to social distance haircuts and serve meals, ($900) generator 

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Humanitarianism Helps Uplift Homeless

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Humanitarianism Helps Uplift Homeless

Samuel Cabassa, on behalf of

Mobile Community Shower & Wellness Services, Inc.

MCSWS's shall improve the quality of life of New York City's Homeless by providing free access to shower and toilet facilities, hand-washing stations, new clothing, hairdressing and barbering, hot-meals and beverages, Addiction Recovery Coaching & Case Management, Overdose Prevention/Narcan Kit.

Samuel Cabassa

Samuel Cabassa is a living example of redemption. Upon returning to society after serving 34 years in New York States Prison system, Samuel works for NYCHHC in the Emergency Department in the capacity of Certified Recovery Peer Advocate. Samuel has 36 years in long-term sustained recovery from alcohol and substance use and co-occurring disorder. Samuels mission in life is to help people experiencing homelessness to achieve meaningful and lasting changes in their lives by enhancing their physical and mental

Bronx, New York

Recent Donations

  • $25.00

    Vijay Sookai

    7 months ago

    I am happy to donate given that restroom access in NYC usually means having to be a patron of the business. This takes money that someone would need for other things. Having access to hygiene is important for people experiencing homeless given that a huge number do work but don't get paid enough to have shelter. This is helpful for people experiencing homelessness looking for work. The most important reason is that this provides access to basic needs for people, hygiene, food, as well as referral to other services if needed.

  • $100.00

    Thomas Edwards

    7 months ago

    I believe in you and your vision.

  • $200.00

    Khalif Hasan

    7 months ago

  • $100.00

    Thomas Edwards

    8 months ago

  • $25.00

    Thomas Edwards

    8 months ago

    I believe in you and your vision.

  • $150.00

    Dan Franco

    8 months ago

    Honored to be the first to contribute.