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Volunteers Create Comforting Shelter Spaces

Volunteer season is in full swing at HomeAgain and our dedicated community partners are helping refresh HomeAgain’s shelter spaces.    Members of St. Paul’s Baptist church transformed the living room area at our Men’s Emergency Shelter. While a fresh coat of paint may seem trivial, the new look creates a

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Going Green at HomeAgain

HomeAgain recently started a recycling initiative driven by both our staff and residents at our Espigh Family Shelter. We do not qualify for the city’s recycling services, which are available only to residential buildings; however, that hasn’t hindered our environment-conscious efforts. Recycling bins are available for clients and staff to

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Back to School Season

This week kids returned back to school for another year of learning. Before gearing up for the new school year, children at our Espigh Family Shelter received backpacks full of school supplies from St. Peter Baptist Church. In addition to St. Peter Baptist Church, several community partners deliver school supplies

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Help Your Donation go Further

HomeAgain is partnering with PGA Tour’s Birdies for Charity to raise support for our emergency shelter and community housing programs. Birdies for Charity is a fundraising platform presented by TowneBank in conjunction with the Dominion Energy Charity Classic.    When you give directly through the Birdies for Charity online platform,

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Christmas in July

Trinity Lutheran Church brought mid-summer cheer to HomeAgain’s Espigh Family Shelter with a Christmas in July celebration! Stockings and festive decor were hung throughout the shelter and a secret someone showed up with special gifts for all our residents. To top off the celebration, staff and volunteers served residents a

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Trauma-Informed Yoga

“Our issues are in our tissues so let’s move through some of that and see if we can let go.” HomeAgain recently held trauma-informed yoga (TIY) sessions at our Espigh Family Shelter. The yoga practice, led by Megan Hanson of Virginia Supportive Housing, encourages mindfulness around traumatic situations, such as

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Heat Wave to End Homelessness Sparks Fire in Community

At 8 AM on July 2nd, we launched the first heat wave to end homelessness – a 36 hour, flash fundraising campaign to support HomeAgain’s homeless services and programs. The original goal of $5,000 was blown away by the incredible support of the community and people like YOU – and we

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It’s official – the sticky humid heat of another Richmond summer has arrived. For many, this time of year is full of summer vacations, backyard barbeques, and pool parties. While most Richmonders can escape the hot sun into comfortably air conditioned homes, that is not possible for many families, veterans,

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Strength Transforms Setback into Opportunity

When her contracted employment ended in January, Ms. Logan was unable to find another job to help make ends meet. Bills quickly piled up, and when she could no longer afford the cost of living, she and her daughter began experiencing homelessness. Having always maintained a safe home, Ms. Logan

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Client Turned Board Member Gives Back to Community

Former HomeAgain client and now Board of Directors member Alan Bartlett received the Giving Back award at Homeward’s 13th Annual Best Practices Conference last week. Having experienced homelessness firsthand, Alan shares openly about his experience and the transformational services he received while at HomeAgain. Since ending his experience of homelessness,

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