Jackie and her two children were living in a low-cost motel for over a year when she came to Families Together.
At school, I was stressed about how to hide my homelessness and, when I wasn’t at school, I was stressed about how to satisfy at least my immediate needs”
“Communities where people spend more than 32 percent of their income on rent can expect a more rapid increase in homelessness”
By sponsoring a family to give holiday gifts this year, YOU can help bring the cheer back to the season!
The face of homeless may surprise you…
Have you heard about planned giving?
“maximum per-meal value of food stamps is a paltry $1.86—which isn’t enough to cover the cost of an entire meal almost anywhere in the country.” -Olivia Paschal
Each summer we hold a backpack and school supply drive for the children
For families experiencing homelessness, transportation is a major obstacle…
Although we love all our stories, Reshena's is a special one.
Filling the gaps 2018
Love Week is a huge outreach event for Elevation that will serve 300 organizations from June 23-30.
With every story having two sides we are going to list some of the pros and cons of gentrification.
What do you see in the picture?
What does home mean to you?
Join us for the First in Flight Face-Off & Happy Hour on Tuesday May 8th from 5:30 to 7:30
The above image is part of the reason that many cities around the world have adopted a new urban design many are calling "hostile architecture"
Crystal Cruz is the Families Together intern from North Carolina State for the 2017-18 academic year
A cancer diagnosis turned Vanessa and her daughter Jonte’s lives upside down and led to their homelessness.