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 $1,000 in savings, and are likely spending more than 30% of their income on rent. In many cases, 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.

I am so thankful...

Justine

Los Angeles, CA

We are able to stay up to date on our rent thanks to the foundation and not end up homeless.

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Simply Speechless

Maria

Houston, TX

We never intended to get in this situation, but it's a hard lesson we had to learn.

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I Don't Have the Words...

Desiree

Tempe, AZ

Keeping our home and maintaining stability, means everything to me and my daughter.

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I Had No One To Turn To

Kathy

Scottsdale, AZ

I had run through my savings and had to borrow money to pay rent and my car note.

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Our Newsletter

News and updates from the Resident Relief Foundation.

July 2022

Financial Planning Resources

June 2022

RRF Honors National Homeownership

May 2022

Why is Housing So Important for Mental Health?

April 2022

April is Financial Literacy Month

March 2022

Celebrating Women & Financial Literacy

February 2022

Share the Love Every day

January 2022

Resident Relief by the Numbers

December 2021

Your Donations Make This Holiday Season Bright

RRF Nov 2021 newsletter

November 2021

Giving Tuesday Donation Matching up to $40,000

October 2021

Planning for Year-End Charitable Giving

September 2021

Your Impact: 9 Months After the Grant

August 2021

Eviction Moratorium Pt 2: A Mixed Bag

July 2021

Can Financial Education Improve Lives?

June 2021

Homelessness: New Report Shows Dire Forecast

May 2021

 Inside RRF: Ron Harris tells all

April 2021

 Good News From the IRS (really!)

March 2021

 Why We Serve Our Cause

February 2021

A Valentine to Our Partners

January 2021

Be a Hero From Home

December 2020

 Happy Holidays, your help has made all the difference!

November 2020 Newsletter

November 2020

Our Most Sincere Thanks and Gratitude to You

October 2020 Newsletter

October 2020

New Partnership Expands Rent Relief Effort

Resident Relief Foundation newsletter September 2020

September 2020

Reality Check: The Eviction Moratorium’s Unintended Consequences

Resident Relief Foundation newsletter August 2020

August 2020

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

Resident Relief Foundation newsletter July 2020

July 2020

Colorado Teen Raises Over $3K for Resident Relief Foundation

Resident Relief Foundation newsletter June 2020

June 2020

A Message From Our Founders

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Did you know?

The average monthly expenses for American households are $5,111, according to the most recent Consumer Expenditure Survey from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Where does all that money go? For the typical person, it covers quite a few different things from major costs like payments to their mortgage lender and groceries to smaller expenses like apparel.

By peeking into the national average budget for all these categories, we can get a better idea of where people spend the most and how our own spending habits compare.