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Arnold Place Grand Opening a phenomenal success!

Arnold Place offers hope to the homeless.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony for Arnold Place took  place in Prince George’s County on Sunday, February 24, 2019. Community leaders and the media flocked to the event. Arnold Place is an emergency and transitional home for homeless women, as young as 16 years old, and those affected by domestic violence and other traumas.

Tracy Arnold, is the Founder and Executive Director.  n 2008, during the fall of the housing industry, as a mortgage broker, Arnold faced homelessness and first conceived the vision for Arnold Place. It became a nonprofit in 2014. Arnold, a former faith-based comptroller and loan originator, was devastated and  leaned on her faith for a few years. In 2018, she became a multi-state real estate professional and began to self-fund Arnold Place.

Arnold Place will serve as a beacon of hope for the homeless. Here are a few photos from the event:


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