My passion is to empower the under-served in our community, so here I am. That passion stems from a personal place, as I experienced poverty firsthand in my childhood.
In 2013 I gave my son to my sister because I couldn’t take care of him, let alone myself. I stayed in my addiction for 5 years, but I never gave up completely because I wanted my son back in my life.
Marcos and his family of 5 were homeless. Now he has a success story to tell.
“Whenever someone leaves our program—either on a high note or through a cloud of despair—I am confident of this: love changes people. And at New Beginnings, we challenge our staff to love every client.” (Executive Director Stephanie Harris)
An estimated 100,000 people will relocate here from Puerto Rico. Serving on the Hurricane Survivor’s Task force, we’ve identified 5 critical challenges…
The top 5 reasons you volunteer: Team Building, To Make a Difference in People’s Lives, To Support the Organization, School Credit and Community Service
This year has been the most challenging of my last 38 years. I found myself homeless, scared and lost.
Joe and Kristin Jamieson Mortgage Team of Success Mortgage Partners give New Beginnings $25 from each of their company’s closings. They presented a check for $3,975 representing 6 months of closings.
In order to graduate from New Beginnings’ homeless rehabilitation program, clients must earn that honor with a lot of hard work and commitment.
Twice a week, Scott meets with a volunteer tutor to develop his reading, writing and spelling skills. He will never be the same . . .