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Home Again Richmond Spring Donation Flyer

Spring Has Sprung (& so have our donation needs!)

The cold winter has ended, and our shelter’s donation needs have changed. Here’s how you can make a difference in the lives of people experiencing homelessness this spring! We are currently in need of: New twin sized sheets New towels/washcloths Shower shoes (all sizes) Large reusable bags Cleaning supplies/laundry detergent

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Strengthening Partnerships for a Better Community

Yesterday HomeAgain invited community landlords to discuss innovative housing solutions. Industry expert Grimes Creasy, partner at Johnson, Ayers, and Matthews, led the discussion on recent changes to the Virginia Residential Landlord Tenant Act. The changes covered critical topics like eviction policies and late fees. Landlord partners are a vital component

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Three Weeks Until Key of Hope!

We’re just THREE weeks out from Key of Hope and are looking forward to what is sure to be a special evening. As a reminder, the deadline to purchase tickets is Monday, March 11th. This year HomeAgain honors the incredible work of George K. Martin, recipient of the 2019 Ann

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Volunteer With Heart: Spotlight on Kirsten Crawley

Kirsten got her start volunteering with HomeAgain in 2002 when her middle school church group visited the Espigh Family Shelter. After experiencing the impact volunteering has on HomeAgain clients as well as herself, Kirsten and her mom continued to volunteer weekly until she left for college. At age 16, Kirsten

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Upcoming HomeAgain Events

Scheduling your event calendar for the coming months? Be sure to think of HomeAgain! We have several exciting upcoming events that we would love to see you at! Help us put the “fun” in fundraising and support our mission of ending homelessness.   Make Social52 your move for happy hour

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2017 – 2018 Impact Report

As we reflect on all that was accomplished in 2018, we are determined to progress further in the coming year. Read more about the successes we celebrated in our 2017-2018 Impact Report.

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Board Members Recognized for Tremendous Accomplishments

Recently, two of HomeAgain’s Board members received the following recognition within their respective fields:   Adele McClure was named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Law & Policy. Serving as Outreach and Policy Director to Virginia Lt. Governor Fairfax, Adele is a strong advocate for changing state-wide policies. Invested

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Hope Through HomeAgain and Partners

Focusing Efforts on the Aging Population of Greater Richmond In the United States, one has to be over 65 years old to receive Medicare and Social Security benefits. Those experiencing homelessness that are 60 years old and below suffer immensely as they do not receive these benefits, leading to significant

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