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This story originally appeared in our Summer 2019 Edition of News from HOME.

This story originally appeared in our Summer 2019 Edition of News from HOME.

Spirit of Generosity: Boyds Philadelphia

This story originally appeared in our Summer 2019 Edition of News from HOME.

Project HOME residents celebrating the announcement that 1515 Fairmount Avenue could be used as a residence for those experiencing homelessness in 1994.

This story originally appeared in our Spring 2019 Edition of News from HOME.

Roots and Branches: Reflections from Sister Mary

This story originally appeared in our Spring 2019 Edition of News from HOME.

Throughout 2019, Project HOME is marking its 30th Anniversary. A lot can change in 30 years – and we at Project HOME have gone through plenty of change, as has our society.

Lynne and Harold Honickman

This story originally appeared in our Spring 2019 Edition of News from HOME.

To celebrate Project HOME’s 30th anniversary, Lynne and Harold Honickman generously donated $6 million which brought the event’s total to over $10 million. In honor of their incredible generosity, we wanted to share some of Lynne’s beautiful speech from that evening. 

I Am Project HOME - Tyesha Hightower

This story originally appeared in our Spring 2019 Edition of News from HOME.

This story originally appeared in our Winter Edition of News from HOME.

 

As we start 2019, all of us at Project HOME are deeply grateful for the progress that has been made – with your support and commitment – in addressing homelessness.  We have brought thousands of persons home, including many people who had lived on streets with severe, untreated mental illness.

This story originally appeared in our winter edition of News from HOME.

When it was created eight years ago, the mission of the PECO/Exelon Veterans Employment and Training Program was to use the restorative power of work, education, and community to help formerly homeless veterans in recovery remake their lives and achieve self-sufficiency. And it has done just that.

IAM Project HOME: Millie Korn

This story originally appeared in our Winter Edition of News from HOME.

About 20 years ago, a friend of Millie Korn’s, Bill Harvey, who was then on Project HOME’s Board of Trustees, told her, “I have a group I think you should work with.” Millie, a native of Philadelphia, has run a title insurance agency for the last 30 years. The new client, she found out, was Project HOME. “Ever since, it’s been a wonderful working relationship,” she says.

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