Dear Friends of Harbor House,
We are excited to share that we now have six boys living at Pi House. This is our transitional housing for young men aging out of foster care. These boys can save money while learning life skills and benefitting from mentoring and case management. They are learning skills that our average client has never acquired, and we find it is often these seemingly simple life skills that create the largest barriers we face when helping our current clients try to escape poverty.
We are excited about our upcoming fundraiser on October 1. We hope we can count on you to help us raise money for those who need our help the most.
Harbor House has never been so busy, and more people are in need than ever before. These are indeed hard times for those who are struggling to make ends meet. We stretch every dollar as far as it will go but the needs continue to outweigh the means.
We, at Harbor House, are so grateful to you for your concern for those among us who are struggling…. especially the children.
“The Bible insists that the best test of a nation's righteousness is how it treats the poorest and most vulnerable in its midst.”
— Jim Wallis
Director of Harbor House