COVID-19 Community Fund

We're Helping With Your Help

 

As the world-wide spread of COVID-19 makes its way through our neighborhoods, we want to ensure the families we serve, our community members, our employees and their families have the support they need during this unprecedented time.

In an effort to flatten the curve of the spread of this devastating virus, we have closed Neighborhood House’s doors. We are providing online support services and resources, as well as mental health support to all our clients and employees.

The economic impact of this deadly virus is as frightening to our clients and employees as the health impact. Many have lost jobs and will lose jobs, which will throw them into crisis - especially families who can’t afford to miss a paycheck; families who must stretch each dollar during good economic times. This includes many of our entry-level staff.

As we live through this uncertain period, Neighborhood House wants to be an anchor of stability and hope for those we serve, our community members and our employees. We need your help to do this!

Neighborhood House is establishing a ‘COVID-19 Community Fund’.  The money raised will help in two ways: it will enable us to continue to pay a percentage of staff salaries to keep their families afloat while we are closed, and it will provide hardship assistance to our families when we re-open so they have immediate access to care they need for their loved ones as they begin to rebuild their lives.

We are monitoring the situation closely and will make appropriate adjustments over the coming months. In this uncertain ambiguous moment in history, we need your support to help our community prioritize public health. Any amount you can provide will help.

 

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Caring. Community. Quality.

 

“I love everything about working at Neighborhood House! Everyday I am thankful for having a job that enables me to provide to my family, while offering greatly needed services to my community. Most of all, I love spending my day with our clients, listening to their stories and life lessons.”
— ADS staff

 

Questions?

Contact us via email or (801) 363-4593.

 

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