Our Impact

We help a demographic no one else helps: hard-working, responsible people who, if they are the average working person living in an apartment, are living paycheck-to-paycheck, have little to no savings, and are spending a lot more than 30% of their income on housing. They are probably also carrying credit card or other debt but they make too much money to qualify for program assistance.

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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.

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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I never thought I would struggle a day in my life...

Cassandra G.

South Jordan, UT

Cassandra thought she was bettering her life for her family by taking a better job with an increase in salary. She had no way of knowing that the company would soon decide to move to another state and give her very short notice leaving her without a job.

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Did you know?

Last year (2018), Los Angeles City and County together spent $619 MILLION assisting the area's estimated 53,000 homeless. That works out to $11,679.25 per person. And they're not housed yet.

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In the Media

CBS 6 News

WTVR-TV Richmond
Press Coverage
CBS 6 News covers how the Resident Relief Foundation, in partnership with the Colorado Apartment Association, is helping people pay rent amid the pandemic-related rise in unemployment. read more

KNX 1070: Mottek On Money Special Edition

KNX 1070 Los Angeles
Press Coverage
Mottek On Money Special Edition - Coronavirus Crisis featuring Tina Oswald, executive director of the Resident Relief Foundation (22:30) who discusses how the foundation is helping people at all income levels who are having difficulty paying rent. read more

ABC 7 News: Coronavirus- Middle-income renters may see crisis once eviction moratorium is lifted

KABC 7 News Los Angeles
Press Coverage
ABC7 outlines today's top headlines for coronavirus-related news, including impacts to Los Angeles, and how the Resident Relief Initiative has been helping responsible residents prior to COVID-19 and continues during these challenging times. read more

CBS 4 News: Resident Relief Foundation Hopes To Raise Funds To Help Coloradans Pay Rent

CBS 4 News Colorado
Press Coverage
The Colorado Apartment Association and the Resident Relief Foundation have created a financial relief fund to directly help Colorado residents who are struggling to pay their rent because of coronavirus-related job or income loss or illness. read more
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