Our Impact

We help a demographic no one else helps: hard-working, responsible people who, if they are the average working person in America, are living paycheck-to-paycheck, have less than $600 in savings, and are likely spending more than 30% of their income on rent. They are probably also carrying credit card or other debt but their income is too high to qualify for government or other program assistance.

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Success Stories

There are many examples of the responsible residents we have helped; people who were hit with a sudden financial emergency and with nowhere else to turn, needed a little help to avoid eviction and stay in their apartments.

A Family of Five Dealing with MS and Facing Eviction

Denis

Antelope, CA

Denis and his family were recently on the verge of eviction. While undergoing treatment for Multiple Sclerosis, he found that his disability benefits would not cover all of the family’s rent and regular living expenses. That’s when the Resident Relief Foundation stepped in to help.

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RRF Case Study #1 - Steven, Valencia, CA

Valencia, CA

This Army Veteran was about to be just another homeless statistic in Los Angeles County. Not on our watch!

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Homeless 5 years ago, this family was on the verge again.

Alecia

West Covina, CA

There have been very few things that made me cry in my lifetime. I don’t know what would have happened without their (Resident Relief) aid but I am beyond thankful every single day for what myself and my family have been gifted.

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Five weeks without pay and I couldn’t afford anything.

Seth

Roseville, CA

I’m thankful the Resident Relief program exists. It is simply miraculous that a group of people are out there that will help people who are temporarily having a really hard time.

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Did you know?

As of 2017, Americans’ total revolving debt (typically summarized as credit card debt) was estimated to be over $1 trillion dollars. That's a one with twelve zeros. So if you are struggling with getting out of debt, clearly you are not alone.