Since 1790, as mandated in the Constitution, America has come together every 10 years to count each resident in the United States. Here’s why the census is important.
In January 2017, we officially opened Hope Forest, home to the families in our supportive housing program.
Sesame Street is breaking new ground again, this time with the muppet Lily, who has no place to live. Lily is featured in a series of online episodes in which she reveals to her good pal Elmo news of her family’s experience with homelessness.
Last month the newsletter featured Carey Smith, a past Hope Gardens resident who has just published his second children’s book.
Did you know that by April 1, 2020, every household in the U.S. will receive an invitation to participate in the next U.S. Census?
Here’s a quick summary of some of the things we were able to accomplish this past fiscal year, thanks to the support we receive from our partnering congregations, donors and volunteers. Thank you all for your part in helping families move from homelessness to independence!
It’s this easy to help local families experiencing homelessness!
It’s easier than ever to find help. As of March 1st, Your Way Home has a new call center partner in 2-1-1 of Southeastern PA.