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NEWS CCW Staff Writer JUNEAU - Not everyone is fortunate enough to have their next meal guaranteed, and not everyone knows what it is like to be hungry. However, hunger and homelessness are issues that are prevalent across the nation and Juneau is not immune. And this is not the easiest place to be homeless, considering our elements, said Mariya Lovishchuk, executive director of the Glory Hole.

Empty Bowls

Mariya Lovishchuk stands in one of the dorm rooms at the Glory Hole. The shelter has provided more than 1,858 beds and more than 12,317 meals so far in 2009. The shelter also provides bus tokens, food boxes, laundry and shower facilities.The Empty Bowls fundraiser will allow the Glory Hole to continue to provide food and shelter for Juneau's hungry and homeless.
Photo By Libby Sterling
Mariya Lovishchuk stands in one of the dorm rooms at the Glory Hole. The shelter has provided more than 1,858 beds and more than 12,317 meals so far in 2009. The shelter also provides bus tokens, food boxes, laundry and shower facilities.The Empty Bowls fundraiser will allow the Glory Hole to continue to provide food and shelter for Juneau's hungry and homeless.
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