Where Your Money Went 2015-2017
Food Distribution – 456 families/2,280 individuals were given 7,000 bags=140,000 lbs.
Hygiene/Personal Care – 275 families/1,375 individuals were given personal hygiene kits.
Food Certificates/Gift Cards – 75 families/375 individuals=$3,200.00
Rent/Mortgage – 170 households/850 individuals=$215,180.00
Utility Assistance – 47 households/235 individuals=$10,500.00.
Vehicle Supportive Services – 12 families/60 individuals=$3,072.00
Christmas Adopt-A-Family Program – 800+ children received toys
Case Management – 505 families/2,020 individuals
How You Helped 2015-2017
90% of families/individuals served remain stably housed for the duration of the program.
83% of families achieved self-sufficiency upon completion of the program.
70% of families maintain self-sufficiency for at least six months after completion of the program.
100% of families served are linked to community resources and mainstream benefits, helping them to develop a plan to prevent future housing instability.