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Single Stop named Most Innovative Company for Social Good!

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New York Times honors Single Stop as “Big Idea in Social Change”

New York Times writer, Tina Rosenberg, honors Single Stop in her “Big Ideas in Social Change, 2014″. In the article she rounds up several organizations taking non-obvious approaches to improving big social problems.   Read The full article here!  

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Single Stop Announces Commitment to Expand College Access at White House Event

Today, Single Stop CEO Elisabeth Mason will join President Obama, the First Lady, and Vice President Biden along with a select group of college presidents and other higher education leaders to announce new actions to help more students prepare for and graduate from college. Read more. 

Miami Student tells his Single Stop Story

Single Stop client Ruben Gomez tells his harrowing journey to cover his sons medical expenses while working and completing his degree; As well as the lifesavers he found in Miami Dade College Single Stop Office. Read More

Single Stop Client Featured in Washington Post article on Student Parent Struggles

The Washington Post features Single Stop client Ruben Gomez and family in an informative article on the struggles facing student parents, as well as the effective intervention of Single Stop and other nonprofits connecting campuses to social services. Go to Article

Stanford Social innovation review features Single Stop

Single Stop is thrilled to share our first feature in the award winning magazine that covers cross-sector solutions for global problems. In “All in One Place”, Stanford Social Innovation Review takes a close look at the Single Stop model through interviews with clients whose lives changed after a single sit-down, and candid insights from CEO…

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Single Stop Highlighted as Best Practice!

Single Stop was highlighted by the Urban Institute as a best practice in coordinating multiple benefits enrollment and outreach. Read more here.  

Capital One Bank Donates ‘Token Treasure’ Valued at Approximately $10,000

Public transit tokens stored in vault for years will help Single Stop clients at Delgado Community College get to and from campus. Click here to view the press release.

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