Funding from TD Bank will help provide case management and pro-bono legal services so that homeless, formerly homeless, and housing insecure children and families can remain housed and avoid the trauma caused by homelessness. Read more here.
Housing Families was selected out of almost 200 applicants to receive funding from the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley. Support from the United Way will benefit Housing Families’ work to help children and their families recover from the toxic stress caused by homelessness, build skills to help them succeed in life, and […]
Malden had a chance to learn the latest about the state’s housing crisis and some of the proposed solutions this week at Housing Families Inc.’s 16th annual Legislative Breakfast. A crowd of residents, advocates and political leaders gathered at the Irish American Club Wednesday morning to hear the personal stories of families who have struggled with […]
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation announced that Housing Families Inc. in Malden was awarded $500 from the Foundation’s Community Spirit 9/11 Mini-Grant program. Susan Perry, an employee of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, nominated the organization for the award. Funds will be used to provide supportive services to children in need. Read more here.
For nearly twenty years an Everett woman has made it her mission to get holiday gifts to kids in need. This year, she had a change in fortune, but not a change of heart.
Housing Families, Inc. held an open house Tuesday to welcome Ed Cameron, the organization’s new Chief Executive Officer. Cameron was selected in a unanimous board decision following a four-month search. The decision was first announced in December, but the open house provided an opportunity for Cameron to meet community members and reflect on his new […]