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.

Thank You, RRF, for the Education! Wait... What??

Megan

Dacula, GA

This foundation gave us something worth far more than rental assistance.

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From a Young Family Hit Hard by COVID-19

Anthony

Denver, CO

This grant allows us to take care of past due rent as well as not have to worry about being evicted.

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The Entertainment Capital of the World Shuts Down; Now What?

Sara

Las Vegas, NV

This grant changed my life and enabled me to get back on track and look forward to the future.

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A Family of 3 Just One Day From a Shelter

Jennifer

TX

I decided to apply even though in the back of my mind I thought there was no way I would get approved...

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Our Newsletter

News and updates from the Resident Relief Foundation.

Resident Relief Foundation newsletter June 2020

June 2020

A Message from Our Founders

Resident Relief Foundation newsletter July 2020

July 2020

Colorado Teen Raises Over $3K for Resident Relief Foundation

Resident Relief Foundation newsletter August 2020

August 2020

 Have a Minute? See How YOU Saved a Family From Eviction

Resident Relief Foundation newsletter September 2020

September 2020

Reality Check: The Eviction Moratorium’s Unintended Consequences

Resident Relief Foundation newsletter October 2020

October 2020

New Partnership Expands Rent Relief Effort

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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 year.