Ahwatukee Man Honored For His Work Helping Homeless
An Ahwatukee man has been recognized for his work and service helping the homeless.
According to the Ahwatukee Foothills News, Paul Browning was recognized by the Desert Southwest Conference of the United Methodist Church for his volunteerism at the nonprofit Justa Center, a downtown Phoenix ministry helping homeless people over the of age 55.
Each year, the bishop from the Desert Southwest Conference selects two individuals for the Bishop’s Award, which recognizes people who have demonstrated a passion for serving others, the article said. Browning was one of this year’s recipients.
Browning, who told the newspaper he nearly found himself homeless 25 years ago, is a software consultant by trade and a member of Desert Foothills United Methodist Church in Ahwatukee.
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