Cogswell Hall is a permanent solution to homelessness that offers quality, low-income housing with social services, builds community and advocates for disabled and economically disadvantaged individuals.
Parking is prohibited right now in front of Cogswell Hall because of gas line work along Franklin Boulevard. If you're a visitor who usually parks on the street, please allow extra time to find a spot on a side street or farther east on Franklin and walk a few blocks in case our small parking lot is full. Read all about it, and see a gallery of photos, by clicking the headline above.
No matter what your job is, it’s an chance to connect and come together. If you want to use your work for others, check out four ways you can give back at work.
For the last three years I have had the pleasure of serving as Cogswell Hall's Marketing Assistant. While I look forward to the next step in my career, it saddens me to announce that my last day working for the organization is today, Friday, May 19, 2017. Upon first impression, I knew that Cogswell Hall was led with integrity and passion. The vital impact of its approach to low-income housing, however, has revealed its many layers and nuances every day since.
Our Volunteer Spotlight interviews are a great way to introduce you to and show appreciation for the many individuals who give of their time and energy to our organization. One special volunteer, however, has done a lot of growing since he started his work study with us in the fall of 2014. In fact, we’d venture to say Stephen has grown approximately two feet since we met him his freshmen year. We sat down with him to get the full scoop on his experience at Cogswell Hall.
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