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ANNUAL REPORT 2010JULY 1, 2009 - JUNE 30, 2010


FISCAL YEAR 2009 (JULY 1, 2009 - JUNE 30, 2010)President Irving E. Walker, Esq. Cole, Schotz, Meisel, Forman & Leonard, P.A.* Vice President Levern Blackmon Public Justice Center Treasurer Daniel Hatcher, Esq. University of Baltimore School of Law Secretary Jacqueline Allen, Esq. Saul Ewing, LLP Olive Akhigbe Bank of America John Eidleman, Esq. Legal Services Corporation Jane Harrison Consultant Shelly Marie Martin, Esq. Brown, Goldstein & Levy, LLP Rogelyn McLean, Esq. Crowell & Moring, LLP Robert Rhudy, Esq. Consultant John P. Smolen Hogan Lovells US LLP Matthew G. Summers, Esq. Ballard Spahr, LLP David E. Wolfe, Esq. Alex. Brown Realty, Inc. *Afliations, as of June 30, 2010, for identication purposes only

STAFFExecutive Director Antonia K. Fasanelli, Esq.** Managing Attorney Carolyn Johnson, Esq. Director of Pro Bono Programs Danielle Cover, Esq. Staff Attorneys Francine K. Hahn, Esq. Karon Powell, Esq. Sarah Spangler Rhine, Esq. Legal Clinic Coordinator Laura Reagan Administrative Assistant Selena Santos Ofce Administrator Maddy Dwertman **Admitted in NY and DC only



Mission and VisionHPRP envisions an end to homelessness in Maryland.

(HPRP Volunteer and University of Baltimore School of Law student Adam Caldwell conducts intake with a client at Our Daily Bread Employment Center.

HPRPs mission is to end homelessness in Maryland by providing free legal services, including advice, counsel, education, representation and advocacy, for low-income persons who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Our staff and volunteers pursue this mission by offering legal services through outreach in shelters, soup kitchens, welfare ofces, community centers, and on the street. Our direct representation informs broader-based systemic advocacy and impact litigation to address the root causes of homelessness.HOMELESS PERSONS REPRESENTATION PROJECT, INC. ANNUAL REPORT 2009


A Message From Our LeadersDear Friends: Fiscal Year 2010 presented us with a reminder of the tremendous need for the work of all homeless services providers, including the Homeless Persons Representation Project (HPRP). In June 2010, the federal government reported that homelessness in Maryland has increased 26%, demonstrating that the economic crisis has not relinquished its hold on the most vulnerable members of our society. HPRP is equipped to respond to the legal needs of this population to obtain basic life necessities, such as food, housing, and income supports. As you will read inside, HPRP built upon the goals established in its 2009 Strategic Plan (available at to expand its ability to respond to rising homelessness by increasing the number of volunteers providing pro bono legal service to HPRP clients, raising and diversifying funding sources, and expanding advocacy efforts. During the Fiscal Year, HPRPs volunteer base increased from 188 to 309 attorneys, paralegals, and law students; and its housing unit doubled with new federal funding for eviction defense. You will learn that HPRP devoted resources to help low-income families obtain critical public benets, including food stamps. In collaboration with the Public Justice Center, Kirkland & Ellis LLP, and the National Center for Law and Economic Justice, HPRP obtained a court order in December 2009, nding that the State of Maryland Department of Human Resources had engaged in a pattern and practice of violating federal and state laws regarding the timely distribution of public benets, including food stamps. HPRP staff and volunteers also recovered over $50,000 in back public benet awards for homeless and low-income families and individuals as part of their direct representation efforts. You will also read about HPRPs Linda Kennedy Fellowship in Advocacy, a year-long fellowship created in honor of the late Linda Kennedy, Esq. for a law student to pursue systemic solutions to homelessness. Recognizing that domestic violence is the second leading cause of family homelessness, the inaugural fellow and HPRP staff were part of the Safe Homes Coalition which drafted and saw passage of legislation, sponsored by Baltimore City Delegate Cheryl D. Glenn, to protect the housing rights of victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Lastly, HPRP continued its efforts to diversify its funding sources. HPRPs Second Annual Campaign to End Homelessness successfully raised $71,245, with the generous assistance of a dynamic Campaign Committee chaired by Arnold M. Weiner. Thank you for all you do whether as a donor, volunteer, or friend to support HPRP and help us achieve an end to homelessness. Sincerely,

Antonia K. Fasanelli, Esq. Executive Director

Irving E. Walker, Esq. Board President



HPRP Pro Bono ProgramHPRP could not have touched the lives of so many individuals this year without its talented and dedicated volunteer lawyers, paralegals, law students and others. In 2010, volunteers donated over 4092 hours of service to HPRP and its clients, including over 3781 hours, valued at $1,598,427, donated by attorneys.In 2010, HPRP continued the strong development of its pro bono program. HPRP increased its number of volunteers from 188 to 309. These volunteers opened 382 legal matters, an increase over the 371 matters opened by volunteers during the previous scal year. HPRP reorganized its Montgomery County intake program, refocusing legal services on core issues affecting the root causes of homelessness and adding expungement and veterans benets representation to the services available at the site.

VOLUNTEER APPRECIATION RECEPTIONOn April 19, 2010, HPRP held its annual volunteer appreciation at The University of Baltimore School of Law, whose generous sponsorship helped to make the event possible. Awardees in the following categories were presented with artwork created by residents of The Helping Up Mission, one of HPRPs intake locations.

Heidi Knight - Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. Saharie Reed - Reed Legal Group, LLC Carrie Weletz - Bergmann & Moore, LLC


OUTSTANDING FIRMMeredith Maller - Hogan Lovells US LLP(Left to Right: Carolyn Johnson, HPRP Managing Attorney; Philippa Scarlett, Kirkland & Ellis LLP; Jennifer Selendy, Kirkland & Ellis LLP; and Antonia Fasanelli, HPRP Executive Director)


Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Kate Wolfson - University of Baltimore School of Law Noah Isserman - University of Maryland School of Law



HPRP VolunteersJacqueline Allen Sonja Allen Joshua Altman Christopher Alworth Michelle Amick Anonymous Paralegal Anonymous Attorney Catrina Aquilino Arti Aryal Christina Askins Mark Bachara Matthew Barnes Orlando Barnes Lorna Barringer John Bartkowiak, Jr. Derek Baumgardner Derek Bayne Jessica Beaver Jeremy Bedford Nikki Behre Montrell Bennett Michelle Bernstein Kevin Best Raul Bhat Brian Bichy Bryan A. Bishop Darcy Bisset Julius Blattner Richard Bloom Larry Blosser Natasha Blount Randi Bocanegra David Bokenko Stephanie Bonhomme Debra Borden Richard Boucher, Jr. Nicole Boykin Caron Brace Sandy Brantley Anne Brennon Malcolm Brisker Richard Brodsky Damon Brown Justin Browne Lawrence Burlen Robert Cain Adam Caldwell Cheryl Calloway Kaitlin Calov Elizabeth Colantuoni Lucy Cardwell Sarah Chaconas Yum Yu Cheng Jonathan Claiborne Emma Twigg Clarke Rachel Cohen Leight Collins Leah Conway-Dempsey Peter Coolbaugh Carol Cooper Curtis Cooper Christopher Coreliarino Jennifer Craig Dan Creel Greg Culling Lisa Cunningham Cortney Curtis Demetrious Datch Karen Davidson Celia Davis Elmer Davis Maura Demouy Marianne Depaulo Plant Michael Dibella Heather Dlhopolsky Maureen Dodd Alicia Donohoe Mary Anna Donohoe Kristin Drake Charlene Dukes Justin Dull J. Barry Dumser Melinda Dunmire Annmarie Dunn Louis Ebersold Alicia Edmunds Donna Engle John Eidleman Jack Evans Kim Evans Alice Evert Itamar Ezaoui Juliet Fee Bryson Filbert Justin Fine Tim Fisher Garrett Fitzgerald Jeremy Flynn Gina Fonner Ian Foss Susan Francis Latoya Francis-Williams Jakisha Frierson Geoffrey Gamble Tom Gerahty Thomas Giannini Alexandra Gilliland Antonio Glenn Marie Goff Daniel Goldstein Piedad Gomez Dania Goppy Joe Gorman Sarah Grabenstein Rachel Graneld Matthew Green Tina Greene Henry Greenidge Tierra Gregory Leza Grifth Satoko Harada Constance M. Hare Savaria Harris Brian Harvey Brittany Harvey Justin Hayes Mercedes Henderson Kathryn Hickey Mary Ellen Himes Ian Hitchcock Anthony Ho Althea Holford Barbara Holmes Candace Holmes Eldon Hong Juanita Hopkins Carol Hoshall Shea Hoxie Peter Ismay Noah Isserman Brett Jackson Ronald Jackson Debra Orenstein Jacobs Martine Jean

*Member of Volunteer Advisory Committee



Brooke Jennings Steven Joffe Grace Johnk Joi Johnson Deborah Jordan Margi Joshi Conrad Judy Laura Kadetsky Debbie Kakanas Thomas Kane Akhil Kara Joseph Kaufman Mary Keating Michelle Kendus Bruce Kent Michael Kersten Stephen Kim Sarah Kiser Brandi Kligman Maura Klugman Holly Knepper Heidi Knight Jerome LaCorte Jayni Lanham Jennifer Larrabee Amelia Lazarus Ronna Lazarus Jeanette Lee Karen F. Lee Aviva Leebow Sidney Leech Michelle Leeswift Karen Levian Dyanne Lewis Stephanie Lewis Stacey Lohmann Suzy Lopez Paul Mack Melissa Mackiewicz Shannon Madden Marshall Erica Magliocca Meredith Maller Delne Maralusha Richard Martel Katrina Maultsby-Baldwin Frances F. May Jerome T. May Jim Mayhew Orlando Mayo Lorie Mayorga Samantha Mazo Megan McCullough Robert McDonald Jim McFaul Cathy McGallagher

Janet McHugh Kendra McKenzie Alexander McMullen Ed McNally Betty Meerovich Eileen Meier Sarah Mendiola Craig Merkle Stephen Miles Lindsey Miller Tracy Miller Cristina Milnor Aaron Moore Sunju Yu Hwa Pa Moore Albert Moseley Avarind Muthukrishnan Newman Nahas Carrie Nazelrod Breanda Nelis K. Nichole Nesbitt Sam Nikoomanesh* Uzoma Nkownta Megan OConnor Kimberly Owusukoko Abioye Oyewole Matt Paavola Carols Padilla Christina Pappas Robert Park Deborah Parraz Michael Pate Linda Perle John Petrovich Christopher Pirog Divya Potdar John Price, Jr. Saharie Reed Anika Rennie Jim Richardson Ellyn Riedl Alicia Ritchie Bishop Robinson Matthew Rogers Jim Rosner Anthony Rosso Joy Sakamoto-Wengel Ralph Sapia* Michael Sarich Philippa Scarlett Teresa Schmiedeler Laurie Schnitzer Kathleen Schultz Kristen Schrock Brett Schwartz

Mark Scurti Jennifer Selendy Melissa-Lynn Sellers Haleh Setayesh Catherine Seward Renee Sewchand Michael Sigel Leslie Silver Andrew Sindler Jonathan Singer Nikki Singh Vanessa Singh Michelle Siri Cheryl Smith Sakeenah Smith John Smolen Lindsay Southard Gary Stapleton Nevitt Steele Bobbie Steyer* Derek Stikeleather Donald Stone* Tracey Super Rachel Tafaro Leslee Tingle John Tramazzo Genevieve Trego Kathleen Trinward Jack Turnbull Emily Vaias Ashley Vancleef Steven Waddy Irving Walker Alicia Wallace Sherlyn Weisog John Weiss, Jr. Carrie Weletz Carolyn White Misty Wilks Danielle Willard Louis Willemin Flavia Williamson Zenia Wilson Shereen Wingo David Wolfe Roger Wolfe Kate Wolfson Desiree Woodard Beth Woodland-Hargrove Meghan Yanacek Brian Young Flora Young Richard Zeidman Marla Zide



Case and Program HighlightsCASE BY TYPEConsumer/Finance - 1%

Employment (Expungement) - 45% Health - 2%Housing - 32%Income Maintenance 18% Other - 2%

HPRP opened 618 cases and closed 511 cases. These cases constitute matters in which HPRP staff or volunteers represented people struggling with homelessness in legal disputes to prevent or end homelessness. HPRP also received 671 calls where brief advice, information, or referral was given. These calls reect the unmet need because of insufcient resources or other reasons.

CASE BY LEVEL OF SERVICEBrief Advice Info & Referral - 23%Counseling - 25%Negotiations - 13%Representation - Judicial Litigation - 27%Representation - Administration Proceeding - 12%




As provided in Baltimore Citys 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness, The Journey Home, [l]egal representation for low-income renters is a key strategy for preventing homelessness. The 10-Year Plan set a goal of expanding legal representation for persons at imminent risk of becoming homeless and specically identied HPRP as one such organization that could aid in the effort. Therefore, consistent with the 10-Year Plans goals, HPRP doubled its capacity to represent extremely low-income renters facing loss of housing. HPRP, the Legal Aid Bureau, and the Public Justice Center successfully collaborated on proposals for funding through the Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing Program of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide a continuum of legal services on eviction prevention in Baltimore City. HPRPs role in the collaboration is to provide direct representation to families and individuals in subsidized housing facing eviction or subsidy loss.


HPRP Staff, in collaboration with co-counselthe Public Justice Center, the National Center for Law and Economic Justice, and Kirkland & Ellis LLPobtained an Order from the Circuit Court of Baltimore City in December 2009 nding that Maryland States Department of Human Resources (DHR) engaged in a pattern and practice of violating federal and state laws regarding timely processing of applications for Food Stamps, Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF), and Medicaid. The Court held that DHR is required to achieve full compliance with federal and state laws, which provide for processing of applications within 30 days, within 12 months.


HPRP expanded its Veterans Benets Project, Marylands only free legal service program representing veterans in claims for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs benets, to offer representation at its Montgomery County intake location in addition to its Baltimore City locations. In collaboration with the Veterans Affairs and Military Law Committee of the Maryland State Bar Association, the Pro Bono Resource Center, and the University of Maryland School of Law, HPRP also held the second state-wide conference on veterans issues in Maryland on April 1, 2010 at the University of Maryland School of Law with The Honorable Lawrence B. Hagel, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims, as the keynote speaker.



Policy & AdvocacyDomestic violence is the second leading cause of family homelessness. To reduce the number of victims of domestic violence who are evicted from rental housing due to violence in the home and to limit the liability facing victims who, for safety reasons, must leave their rental units mid-lease term, HPRP was pleased to be a part of the Safe Homes Coalition, convened by the University of Baltimore School of Law Civil Advocacy and Family Law Clinics, which included domestic violence and housing advocates who wrote and successfully urged passage of legislation before the General Assembly that offers protection to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in housing. The legislation, which became effective October 1, 2010, provides three levels of protection: 1) an eviction defense to protect victims from eviction because of an incidence of domestic violence; 2) an early lease termination provision; and 3) a lock change protocol.On May 4, 2010, Governor Martin OMalley signed into law HB1382/SB554 Rental Housing - Protection for Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault.

Representatives from the Safe Homes Coalition, which included organizations such as the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence, House of Ruth, Womens Law Center, HPRP, Legal Aid Bureau, and the Civic Advocacy and Family Law Clinics at the University of Baltimore, joined the House bills sponsor and champion, Delegate Cheryl D. Glenn, for the bill signing with Lieutenant Governor Anthony G. Brown, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller, Jr., Governor Martin OMalley, House Speaker Michael E. Busch, and Senator Jennie M. Forehand.



Linda Kennedy FellowshipThe Linda Kennedy Fellowship in Advocacy honors the late Linda Kennedy, Esq., a courageous and determined advocate for persons with disabilities and persons without housing. Linda was a champion for equal treatment of our clients and neighbors who struggle with homelessness. Her tireless work, particularly with people seeking to overcome barriers to housing and employment imposed by criminal records, had a signicant impact in our community. Linda provided critical representation to our clients in their efforts to expunge arrest records and resolve collateral issues related to criminal records. Lindas deeply caring manner with which she addressed the needs of each client was special. The Linda Kennedy Fellowship in Advocacy provides a second or third year law student with an internship at HPRP to work on policy and systemic issues that promote an end to homelessness in Baltimore City and in Maryland. The 2009 inaugural Linda Kennedy Fellow, Ingrid Lfgren was a third year student at the University of Maryland School of Law. Ingrid represented HPRP in two coalitions pursuing legislation before the 2010 Maryland General Assembly, including the Safe Homes Coalition and a coalition of advocates working on legislation to prohibit discrimination against renters based on source of income. She worked closely with HPRPs executive director, conducted research to support legislative efforts, attended negotiation sessions and presented oral and written testimony on HPRPs behalf in both the Senate and House of Delegates.

The 2009-2010 fellowship was generously supported by: Lenna Kennedy The Mobtown Fund of the Baltimore Community Foundation Melanie StylesHOMELESS PERSONS REPRESENTATION PROJECT, INC. ANNUAL REPORT 2009


Financial HighlightsTotal Revenue $781,297Foundations $279,650 Grants $410,907 Contributions $79,707 Program Services - $10,165 Interest - $868

Total Expenses: $653,064Program Services $534,397 Fundraising $58,301 Management & General $60,366



Honoring Our DonorsGENERAL DONATIONS *EXECUTIVE CIRCLE($10,000 AND UP)The Abell Foundation Baltimore Community Foundation Fund for Change Jane Harrison Maryland Legal Sevices Corporation Open Society Institute Baltimore United Way of Central Maryland The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation The Zanvyl and Isabelle Kreiger Fund Stefanie & Brian Greer Alan Grochal Theresa Harris Daniel Hatcher Michael Charles Hild Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum & Harold Weisbaum Donna L. Lyons-Atwell Brigitte & Donald Manekin Rogelyn D. McLean Joanne Nathans Charles A. Rees Robert Rhudy Anginetta Rodgers Stephen Ruckman Terry Staudenmaier Charlotte Straight Mildred Walker Lee V. Weathers Deborah Weimer Robert and Pat Welch Joyce Williams David E. Wolfe Hutch & Valerie Robbins Adam C. Rosenberg Richard Rosenthal Stuart O. Simms Marianna Simpson Tom & Shirley Spangler Renee L. Streety John C. Weiss, Jr. Amy West Frank D. Wheeler Correll Wilson *Cash Basis

($1,000-$2,499)Susan Bennett Blake Biles Jane C. Diefenbach John Eidleman


Lael Campbell Shelly Marie Martin Jonathan & Allison Stanton Matthew G. Summers Sanford V. Teplitzky, Esq. Robert Wolinsky & Danielle Estrada

FRIEND CIRCLE(UP TO $99)Andrew & Karen Auerbach Maxie L. Brockington Kimberly Brown William Brown Chad Christensen Bruce Curtis Karen Czapanskiy Bruce Eisenberg Antonia Fasanelli Mildred V. Fisher JoAnn Frick Baker Darcella E. Garris Leigh Goodmark Jennifer Hahn James W. Johnson Margaret Johnson Sharla Y. Johnson Lazarus & Burt, P.A. Cynthia M. Lifson McCormick & Company, Inc. Marian E. McQueen-Bey Jeremy Moss Lucille Pitts-Lesesne Heidi Price John Rafalides


Florence D. Fasanelli Mary Helen McNeal Donovan L. Olsen Christopher J. Peters & Trish Webster John M. Prugh John P. Smolen Irving E. Walker

Clinton Bamberger Alice P. Brock Peter C. Conrad & Ann C. Sherrill Sally S. Digges & James W. Arnold Rebecca H. Gardner Carol Higgs & Dennis R. Livingston Thomas K. Seiler & Eleanor P. Duke Myra & Kalman Hettleman Narindar & Michael Kelly Melanie Styles June S. Wing Elizabeth E. Harber & Henry M. Kay Ellen Marie Weber The Zanvyl & Isabelle Krieger Fund


ADVOCATE CIRCLE($100-$249)Olive Akhigbe Jacqueline Allen Nilaya Baccus Levern Blackmon Richard L. Costella Frances M. Epps Herbert S. Garten, Esq.

THE MARRIAGE OF CHRIS CLAYTON & PAUL BAUMANNBrian Reed & Jenifer Cromwell Florence D. Fasanelli Michael Osborne & Dana DeLorenzo Gail W. Summers





PATRON ($5,000-$9,999)

Kent Family Foundation Kent Morrison Semmes, Bowen & Semmes Foundation, Inc. David Wolfe

Goodell, DeVries, Leech & Dann, LLP Law Ofces of Peter T. Nicholl Irving E. and Leslie Walker

Jacqueline Allen Art Miller & Associates, Court Reporters Clinton Bamberger BENEFACTOR Howard S. Brown Caroline D. Ciraolo ($2,500-$4,999) Lawrence D. Coppel Anonymous John Eidleman Bank of America Foundation Cole, Schotz, Meisel, Forman & Antonia Fasanelli Dale E. Gorsuch Leonard, P.A. Lexington National Insurance LEADER Corporation ($1,000-$2,499) Shelly Marie Martin Ballard Spahr LLP Mudd, Harrison & Burch, LLP Brown, Goldstein & Levy, LLP Nathans & Biddle, LLP DLA Piper LLP John M. Prugh Florence D. Fasanelli Salsbury, Clements, Bekman, Gallagher, Evelius & Jones, LLP Marder & Adkins, LLC Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Seawall Development Hoffberger & Hollander, LLC John P. Smolen Jane Harrison Donald Stone Hogan Lovells US LLP Waranch & Brown, LLC Law Ofces of Arnold M. Donald P. Zeithaml Weiner FRIEND The M&T Charitable ($100-$249) Foundation Olive Akhigbe Neuberger, Quinn, Gielen, Williams Armstrong Rubin & Gibber, P.A. Fred Brown Rosenberg / Martin / CoBank Greenberg, LLP Robert & Teresa Cook Saul Ewing, LLP Jenifer Cromwell and Brian William Schapiro Reed Jennifer Selendy Herbert S. Garten, Esq. H. Russell Smouse Hon. Susan K. Gauvey Matthew G. Summers Michele E. Gilman The Venable Foundation Stefanie & Brian Greer Vinson & Elkins LLP Daniel Hatcher ADVOCATE Charles S. Hirsch Cynthia M. Lifson ($500-$999) Ann Mason Susan Bennett Steve Hill

SPONSOR ($250-$499)

Rogelyn D. McLean Jeremy Moss Murphy & Shaffer, LLC Dennis W. Nelson Matthew Pirnot & Dani Smith Robert Rhudy Daniel Sasse Adam Schneider Jane Schukoske Mildred Walker Williams Anderson LLP


Anonymous Christyl Arrabal Mary Baumann Levern Blackmon Jason Brant Jeanette Brett Robert W. Cannon Christan Collins Kristi Covey Karen Czapanskiy Mary Denise Davis Leah Dempsey Daniel L. & Stephanie M. Edelstein JoAnn Frick Herbert & Harriet Goldman Seth Groman Gross, Mendelsohn & Associates, P.A. Tiffany Haigler Jane S. Hong Courtney Long Timothy F. McCormack Michelle McGeogh Tasha & Roger Neri Elizabeth Paluga Leslie Plant Marianna S. Simpson Eugene Song Paul Starr Nevett Steele Donna Wolfe

*The contributions reported above include those received in Fiscal Year 2011 (after June 30, 2010). Campaign donations will be reported similarly in future Annual Reports.



With honorary chair Arnold Weiner of the Law Ofces of Arnold M. Weiner, the 2010 Campaign, which ran from May 1 through September 23, 2010, raised $71,245.

Honorary Campaign Chair Arnold Weiner and HPRP Board President Irving Walker celebrated the launch of the Second Annual Campaign to End Homelessness with a kick-off breakfast at Ballard Spahr LLP.(Photo by Danielle Cover)

2010 Campaign CommitteeArnold M. Weiner, Esq., Honorary Chair Law Ofces of Arnold M.Weiner Deborah W. Steele, Esq. John Y. Lee, Esq. Semmes, Bowen & Semmes Gordon, Feinblatt, Rothman, Hoffberger & Hollander, LLC Donald P. Zeithaml, Esq. Gallagher Evelius & Jones LLP Craig B. Merkle, Esq. Goodell, Devries, Leech & Dann, LLP Shawn Sefret, Esq. Rosenberg / Martin / Greenberg, LLP HOMELESS PERSONS REPRESENTATION PROJECT, INC. ANNUAL REPORT 2009


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