Shelly Peyton, a 63-year-old woman who lives in Mount Vernon, is employed as a Patient Service Representative in a local hospital. Despite being employed, unforeseen medical bills caused her to …
“Public parking garages often served as the ultimate place to sleep, to shelter from poor weather, were perfect for hiding from overly critical community members, and allowed for a somewhat …
A referral to The Bridge Fund sets things right. Meet the Diaz family: mom Paola, dad Emiliano and their four children. The kids—two daughters, Patricia 15 and Pamela 8, and …
Fraud followed by financial assistance. Philip Graham enjoys living in Croton-on-Hudson. Although he rarely takes the train these days, when he does, he finds the view of the river a …
Sylvie Lang and son
When a family member who lives far away needs help, travel expenses and
loss of wages can quickly drain savings and lead to rental arrears.
Children with special needs grow up, but in many communities, there are fewer social and educational resources targeted for the special needs adult.
Saved from homelessness, this working mom now wants to help us help others.
In a matter of months, his wife left him and his two daughters in serious debt and facing eviction.
And since Sofia’s income couldn’t sustain the household they were denied emergency rental assistance by the Department of Social Services.
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