The biggest expenses for our program are the monthly stipends that students may earn based on good grades and school attendance. Having served nearly 2,200 youth throughout the 2019-2020 school year, we know that donations to support these monthly stipends are urgently needed to help youth experiencing homelessness stay in school!
Additionally, our on-site Mini Mall offers free basic needs items to all enrolled students. From new bottles of shampoo to macaroni & cheese, the Mini Mall is always in need of food and hygiene supplies for these hardworking young adults. With an average of 30 students visiting the Mini Mall every day, keeping the shelves stocked is a must! We are always in need of non-perishable food items, full-sized hygiene items, school supplies, and household goods.