The last 18 months have challenged all of us in many ways. As an organization, we have stepped up our support of our residents by increasing food drives, offering digital literacy classes and wi-fi access, and connecting them with other local support services.
Earlier this year, we established the Resident Recovery Fund, while the initial intent was to use it as a short-term, standalone effort, our residents still need your help.
The Resident Recovery Fund provides safety net resources for working families, seniors on a fixed income, veterans, youth aging out of foster care, and people with disabilities, all of whom have been especially vulnerable during this time. Many of our residents were among the first to be adversely impacted by the global pandemic and will be the last to recover.
The Resident Recovery Fund will help us provide 25,000 people with critical access to food, digital learning, rental assistance, mental health services, and more. Would you please support those in need and give what you can? Every dollar makes a difference. Thank you.