Yoga helps those who practice it learn about themselves, cope with stress, improve concentration, and much more. These valuable life lessons are particularly important for homeless and at-risk youth. That’s why Homes for the Homeless offers yoga (taught by Lineage Project) to students in its FutureLink after school program at the Prospect
Saratoga Family Inn was featured in a news story by Al Jazeera America on the rise in family homelessness. With one in 30 American children now homeless, families are the fastest growing segment of the homeless population. That’s why the support offered at Saratoga Family Inn is so important. The story highlighted
Our Executive Vice President Aurora Zepeda appeared on the Melissa Harris-Perry show on MSNBC this past weekend to discuss philanthropy and the new ideas emerging to encourage philanthropy and to ensure donations are being used wisely. Zepeda appeared alongside Jennifer Jones Austin (CEO, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies), Stacy Palmer (Editor of The Chronicle
Milk from the Heart is a program from leading social services provider Homes for the Homeless that distributes free fresh milk to low-income children and families in New York City. Learn more about us in this video by Jorge Gomez.