Collaborating to Keep a Family Housed

October 6, 2017

   

  

Jeanne Milstein, Director of Human Services for the City of New London, recently thanked us for helping a New London family at risk of homelessness.  Through our Wheels to Work program,  we helped with a car repair and this mother was soon back to work, earning her living as an Uber driver.  This is what Jeanne said in a recent email...

I can’t begin to thank you enough for all that you and your team at MASH have done for Debbie and her daughter. You have changed the course of their lives with your generosity and compassion. Debbie is now able to go back to work and look for an apartment because of all of you.  Your extraordinary efforts, dedication and kindness make a difference in countless numbers of lives.

 

It is an honor and pleasure to work with you and your team.

 

Warm regards,

 

Jeanne 

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