We no longer accept applications for rental support.

We also no longer accept donations.

our impact

Important Message

We will cease operations on December 31, 2023.

This was a very difficult decision but as we look back on the past 6 years, we are grateful to have been a part of several hundreds of families and individuals’ lives helping them not only stay in their homes during a difficult period but also to have helped educate them for a better future.

By the time we cease operations, we will have given out over a million dollars of rental support, been instrumental in improving our applicant’s financial awareness and skills, and have literally saved hundreds of people from eviction.

If you have any questions, please contact us.

 

Did you know?
Bank of America will begin to offer small, short-term loans to cash-strapped customers, the Charlotte-based bank announced Thursday, a move that could upend the market for short-term loans. The loans, called Balance Assist, will have a $500 limit, and will only be available to people who have had a checking account at the bank for at least a year. The roll-out will start in a handful of to-be-announced states by January 2021 before expanding to the rest of the country early next 2021.

Charlotte Observer — October 8, 2020 read more

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Success Stories

There are many ways we help responsible residents, hit with a sudden financial emergency and with nowhere else to turn, to stay in their apartments.

You've Inspired me to Pay It Forward

Olympia

Phoenix, AZ

Your support not only stabilized my living situation but also provided the strength and hope to move forward.

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Heartfelt Gratitude

Brittany

NC

I am deeply grateful for the support and the positive impact it has had on my life.

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Forever Grateful!

Jessie

Orange, CA
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Our Deepest Gratitude

Stephen B.

Missouri City, TX

The grant that you have provided has given us not only financial assistance but also a sense of security and hope for a better future.

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