How would you cope if your family fell apart, you had no money, no job and nowhere to live? With three daughters depending on her, Maria Skenandore faced this awful dilemma and turned to Hopelink for support. Read her story and see how through the use of our emergency shelter and case management, Maria was able to turn it around.
“So many times I was about to give up, but I knew I had to be there for my daughters... When you have three daughters and no one else to count on, you have to take care of them. I couldn’t fall down.”
Looking back, Alison Hathaway
knows she could be living a very
different life. Today, she has a
steady new job as a nurse and is the
proud mom of an active, expressive
toddler, working and building a safe
and secure home life for herself and
her son. It wasn’t always that way.
- The Boeing Company provides gift of $60,000 for Hopelink Employment Program
- Monday, January 13, 2014
Hopelink gratefully acknowledges Boeing for its on-going financial as well as volunteer support.
- Microsoft Generously Awards Hopelink $70,000 for Greatest Needs
- Thursday, January 02, 2014
Hopelink is incredibly grateful to be the recipient of a generous $70,000 grant from Microsoft to support our Greatest Needs Program. Microsoft’s partnership helps to ensure that Hopelink can be there when struggling low-income individuals and families in our community need us the most.
- Byron and Alice Lockwood Foundation Supports Hopelink with $40,000 Gift
- Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Hopelink is honored to have been awarded a generous $40,000 grant from the Byron and Alice Lockwood Foundation.