Wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with Voices of Hope in a vibrant blue, Ethan Hawes pushes their straight black hair over a shoulder and starts to work making phone calls under the steady gaze of a plush hedgehog on the corner of the desk. "Hi, this is Ethan calling from Voices of Hope. How are you doing today?”
It goes like that for about 30 minutes as Hawes works through a contact list. Some don’t answer. Some just can’t chat.
“Okay, darling. Well, how about just give us a call back when you have a few minutes? Okay. Alright, sounds good.”