Many of your neighbors have lost jobs, childcare, and even loved ones during the pandemic. With your help, we provide everything from job training and placement to spiritual care.
Some of the hardest-working families face the hardest decisions. Parents go hungry to feed their children. Meals are skipped to pay the rent. Help us remind these families that they’re loved by supporting meal services, food pantries, and mobile canteens across the nation.
When eviction moratoriums ended, many people lost their homes. But your love provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and a direct path out of homelessness.
The pandemic has left many people feeling lonelier than ever before, but our after-school programs and life-enrichment classes for the elderly bring people together.
When hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires ravage communities, your love helps us support families far beyond cleanup.
So many families are one paycheck away from falling behind on rent and utilities. With your help, we show them love beyond the constant worry.
The strain of the past couple of years has led so many people into the grips of addiction, but our rehabilitation centers help them regain a sense of self-love and begin to heal.
For 156 years, we’ve been loving all who feel lost regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or gender identity. With your help, we’ll never stop.
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