Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report
Reflecting on Juneteenth
June 9, 2021
Carol Thomas is Project HOME's director of homeless services. ... As our Project HOME community emerges from the shadow of the pandemic, we are...
How Project HOME is Still Working After a Year of COVID
April 21, 2021
When COVID-19 first arrived at the doors of Project HOME last March, we had no clue in what way our lives or work would change, perhaps forever.
The Room of Hope
March 15, 2021
During 2020, a distraught gentleman was leaving The Living Room for the day and I begged him to hold onto a little hope in his precious heart. He...
Stories of Hope from HOME
March 15, 2021
Having a HOME is Essential Linda C. had all the things you need for stability: a job, a car, and a home. But, like so many, especially in 2020, when...
You Are Project HOME
May 7, 2020
Usually I Am Project HOME is dedicated to a single Project HOME employee who displays what it means to embody the mission of Project HOME. During...
Because Of You, Our Doors Are Still Open
May 4, 2020
In a city where seemingly every door is closed, our doors are open.They are open at 1515 Fairmount, the Hub of Hope, the Stephen Klein Wellness Center...
Current Project HOME Residents
And 94 percent of them retained housing for at least one year.
Our Full Impact in FY21
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Connected to Shelter and Housing
Overall, outreach teams made 14, 648 total contacts with folks experiencing homelessness.
Our Year in Review
We accomplished so much in 2021, thanks to the support of our donors, volunteers, advocates, and staff.