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Economic Security

Meeting basic needs and laying the foundation for future success.

For many in our community, economic hardship can result in having to make difficult choices. Whether to pay the rent or buy food, staying on public assistance or trying to access resources to get a better job and earn more income, sleeping on the street or in a shelter that accepts you and offers help, gaining skills that will result in one’s ability to sustain a solid economic footing.

Whether we are meeting basic needs that no one should be without – food, shelter and support -- or helping people who need assistance navigating the day to day complexities of life, we work closely with our network of programs to ensure that our community has the resources to promote economic security for everyone.


Click here to see the programs we fund that promotes Economic Security