SOME Chosen As A Vision Award Recipient


C100 Members appearing in the ceremony photograph are Kirby Vining, Housing Subcommittee Chair, and Stephen Hansen, Chair, C100


So Others Might Eat (SOME), one of the city’s most effective social services organizations, has recently completed the gleaming new permanent supportive housing project known as the CONWAY CENTER, adjacent to the Benning Road Metro.  Receiving a 2019 Vision Award is Julia Moran Morton, Chief Housing Development Officer for SOME; and Troy Rog-Urman representing Michael Wiencek, President, Wiencek+Associates Architects+Planners, the project’s designers.

The Conway Center is honored for:

·         Creating 202 units of transitional and permanent housing  adjacent to the Benning Road Metro Station for single adults and large families (with up to four-bedroom units);

·         Providing supportive services including health, support services, and job skills training to help formerly homeless men, women, and families with children become self-sufficient; and

·         Demonstrating that a comprehensive approach is the best way to ensure that vulnerable people can create a new life.”