You gave Kyle shelter during a global pandemic
When Kyle, United States Army Veteran, became homeless due to the coronavirus pandemic, YOU gave him shelter and a safe space to land. YOU supplied meals and gave him the resources he needed to get back on his feet.
You gave Margaret independence and a second chance at family
Margaret, after being evicted from her home, diagnosed with Dementia in her 50's, and having nowhere to turn, needed you and you didn't let her down. You supplied Margaret with a place to call home, and a community that truly accepted her.
You helped Kenneth get his life back
After Kenneth, United States Marines Veteran, suffered a gunshot to the face, you gave him the resources he needed to get back on his feet.
You helped Brian see the light
When Brian, United States Army Veteran, broke his neck during a deployment training, he didn't know how he would take care of his family. You were there and gave Brian the essentials he needed to get back on his feet.
You helped Arkasha through the hardest seasons of her life
At the age of 16, Arkasha became a mother. She has no idea how she would provide for her new daughter. You helped her over 20 years ago, and now, all these years later, you are providing her with the resources to follow her dreams and support for her family.
You gave Anthony the resources he needed and a second chance
Anthony, a United States Army Veteran, desperately needed a safe space and the resources to stay sober. When he was left with nowhere else to turn, you showed up. You gave Anthony a new chance at life.
You reminded Van that his life is worth living
Van, United States Army Veteran, served his country with pride and traveled all over the world. However, Van struggled to adjust back to civilian life after returning home from his service. Read how you saved Van's life and showed him he is worthy of love.
You are helping to break the cycle of poverty
After being pushed to her breaking point, Mariela had no idea how she would create a better future for her family. Learn how you gave her the support she needed.
You helped Robert see that his life had purpose
For eight years, Robert proudly served as a United States Army reservist. When he was ready to make his transition back to civilian life he found a few snags in his plan. Read how you changed the course for Robert.
You opened the door just when Peggy needed it most
Peggy, a true friend to all she meets, needed a safe and affordable place to stay and you answered her prayers.