We have a winner!!!


We have a winner! And a second drawing...

17 of you gamely entered the challenge and correctly answered the challenge questions. Congratulations to you all! But only one name was drawn from the bowl…

Congratulations, Dominique Smith! You are going to Thursday’s Ravens game!

But guess what? The challenge isn’t over. With very big thanks to former HCH-er and enduring Ravens fan Louise Treherne, we have another set of tickets to Thursday’s game—two seats at the club level.

The 16 of you whose names were not drawn today will automatically be entered into a second drawing, which we’ll hold Tuesday to give others time to also join the challenge.

So, if you haven’t already, successfully complete the following challenge and get your name entered into tomorrow’s raffle for those tickets. We’ll draw the winning name on Tuesday, after 12 p.m. and we'll announce the winner right here, on the staff portal.

CHALLENGE: Answers to these questions can be found here, on the staff portal, and all must be answered correctly for raffle eligibility. Email your answers to Molly in Communications before 12 p.m. on Tuesday.

  • Which Health Care for the Homeless staff member is celebrating a 17th anniversary this week?
  • How many new positions will we be adding to our housing services team as part of this fall’s programmatic expansions?
  • What percentage of our medical clients are currently screened for depression each month, as part of our ongoing effort to get better at what we do?

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