Programs greatly depend on donations from the faith community, businesses, foundations, and individuals.
“I cannot thank Interfaith Housing Alliance enough for the help they have given me and my children…a home of our own, a sense of stability, and a building block for the future. We went from living in a rental house with mold, electrical problems and in a neighborhood with few children, to a brand new, beautiful home in a child friendly neighborhood where my kids can finally have friends and ride their bikes in front of the house, and play ball with the neighbor’s kids after school. My son, who is autistic and doesn’t adapt well to change, loves his new home. I asked him recently how he liked our new house and he said ‘It’s awesome, Mom!”