RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. – Bank of America Foundation has awarded the Hope through Housing Foundation a $25,000 grant to support economic mobility for low-income residents living in the Inland Empire.
“The needs are so great among families living in affordable housing and we are grateful for Bank of America’s consistent support helping us to empower families toward greater economic mobility and economic independence,” said Hope through Housing President Greg Bradbard.
In collaboration with its housing partner, National CORE, the Hope through Housing Foundation provides a stable living environment for low-income individuals and families who may otherwise be at-risk of homelessness. It provides family stabilization leading to economic mobility through the combination of a secure, affordable apartment home and onsite services/supports that empower adults to overcome barriers to employment and improve their financial situation and prepare youth for future self-sufficiency. The Bank of America grant will support Hope through Housing’s financial literacy efforts through its Pathways to Economic Empowerment initiative.
Hope through Housing works to utilize affordable housing as a powerful platform for life transformation, empowering residents to reach goals they never previously thought were possible. It works to remove barriers to economic success for vulnerable populations and expand access to economic opportunity in low-income communities by providing a customized mix of services to help affordable housing residents increase their economic mobility and future self-sufficiency.
Hope through Housing Foundation’s mission is to help break the cycle of generational poverty. Utilizing onsite community centers and long-standing relationships with residents living within National CORE affordable apartment communities, it is able to deliver resources and support right where residents live. For more information, please visit www.hthf.org.
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About Hope through Housing
Hope through Housing believes that affordable housing can be a platform for transformational change at the individual and neighborhood level. For more than 20 years, the Hope through Housing Foundation has provided more than 2 million hours of transformational social services helping children and teens achieve success, improving families’ financial well-being, and promoting seniors’ health and wellness. For more information on Hope through Housing, please visit www.hthf.org.
Jill Van Balen