Workforce Development/Career Mentoring: direction and skill development to ensure a parent secures a living wage to support his or her family.
Six months of childcare services to help a working parent become financially independent.
Health/Wellness Support & Education: supplementary health-related assistance to help family members maintain their well-being.
Summer Camp: introduce a child to new educational, social, and developmental experiences during school break.
Clothing: apparel for one child for the school year to foster self-confidence and success in school.
Move-In Expenses: relocation costs to help a family move into new housing.
Employment Certification: job accreditation programs (Certified Nurse Assistant, Home Health Aide, Education Paraprofessional, etc) to expand a parent's employment options.
Tutoring/After-School Enrichment: one month of educational support and/or after-school activities to augment a child's learning.
School Supplies: backpacks, calculators, notebooks, etc. for a family to prepare children for a successful school year.
Food Pantry: provisions for children and families for one week to stay nourished and healthy.
Transportation: commuting and/or vehicle maintenance for one month to help a family get to school,work, job interviews, doctors' appointments, and more.
Household Supplies: Items like kitchenware, cleaning supplies, and linens to help a family settle into their home.
Educational Outings & Holiday Celebrations: field trips, small gifts, and holiday cheer to give children a sense of normalcy during a time of crisis.