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8 Dec

2017 Annual Holiday Drive

Make this holiday season merry and bright for homeless families!

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22 Nov

Meet Dotti, a volunteer at HFI

Dotti has volunteered with Housing Families’ after-school program for 10 years. We asked her to talk about her experience during all those years, and why she keeps coming back.

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4 Aug

2017 Backpack Drive

Our children need your help to succeed in school!

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27 Jun

Ferryway School supports Housing Families

The Ferryway School  in Malden participated in a schoolwide cleaning supplies drive for  Housing Families Inc (HFI), a Malden-based non-profit organization with a mission of ending family homelessness. See the Malden Observer’s article from June 9th, 2017 below:

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23 May

Housing Families previews annual backpack drive at Building Impact’s NonGala

Housing Families Inc (HFI), a Malden-based non-profit organization with a mission of ending family homelessness, successfully previewed its annual backpack drive initiative as the featured agency at Building Impact’s NonGala Event that took place on May 11, 2017. Read more…

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27 Apr

Your support made Brittany safe!

Although she was only in first grade, Brittany* already felt like a burden.

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13 Feb

Sasha’s life turned around, all because of YOU!

Sasha* had a lot to worry about as a freshman in high school: staying on top of her grades, trying to fit in at school, and trying to have a normal life.  Her family had to flee their home so her mom could escape an abusive relationship.

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17 Oct

Who doesn’t hate getting bitten by bugs?

Nadia,* a third grader living in an emergency shelter with her grandmother, is thoroughly disgusted by insects. On top of that, she’s even more afraid of getting bitten by one – or worse, an animal – so going on a nature hike during HFI’s summer camp was her worst nightmare.

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19 Aug

Jordan made the honor roll thanks to you!

For a nine year old girl, Jordan* had a lot of stress, having experienced homelessness for a long time.

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