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HomeAgain Covid-19 Response

With your help, HomeAgain is doing everything that we can to keep our staff and clients safe from the spread of Covid-19 and other infections diseases. This is especially important when you consider that the people we serve do not always have the luxury of social distance or isolation. HomeAgain

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Halloween at HomeAgain

Earlier this week, HomeAgain’s Espigh Family Shelter hosted our annual spooky Halloween party. This festive celebration that has been happening since the 1990’s in memory of Edward W. King. The King family has kept Edward’s legacy alive by brightening our shelter and bringing fun to the lives of our residents

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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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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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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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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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UPS Freight Partners with HomeAgain for Give A Day RVA 2018

Every year, HandsOn Greater Richmond coordinates Give A Day RVA 2018, a city-wide volunteer project. With nearly 35 participating organizations and 600 volunteers, Give A Day RVA 2018 is one of the largest service events in the Greater Richmond area.   On September 29th, we hosted 21 volunteers from UPS

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Victory at HomeAgain

When his wife was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer, Mr. Moss spent every moment by her side. Less than a year later he lost his wife, and was also laid off from his job. For the first time in his life, Mr. Moss couldn’t afford his apartment and had no

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