The Greatest Poverty
Dear Friends of Harbor House,
January is always a reflective time for me personally, and for the staff at Harbor House. These recent Holidays we were able to provide Christmas to more than 1183 children. That is entirely because of you. Already in 2022, we have been able to have a tremendous impact on the community – all thanks to you. In 2021 we received a record number of donations, and with that support have been able to help more children, families, and unhoused community members than ever before.
While this pandemic continues to ravage so many communities across the globe, I am ever grateful for you and your generosity that allows us to provide dignity and comfort for so many who have nowhere else to turn. I am confident that with your continued support, 2022 will again be a year in which we help more of our neighbors than ever before.
“We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked or homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty”. -Mother Teresa
In gratitude, Denise Cortes
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Director of Harbor House