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Flood Relief for this Family

Flood Relief for this Family

On March 1, Americans Helping Americans® learned that the small town of Beattyville, Kentucky, and the surrounding Lee County where our partner Cumberland Mountain Outreach serves those most in need, suffered an historic and devastating flood. Thanks to our...

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Repairing Homes in rural America

Repairing Homes in rural America

For years, one of Americans Helping Americans® main missions has been to help low-income homeowners, primarily the elderly and disabled, with critical repairs to their homes to fix leaking roofs, sagging floors and more, as well as to provide handicap ramps to enable...

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News You Can Use March

News You Can Use March

Here are the latest news articles from throughout Appalachia that we're currently following. We hope each one will inspire, motivate, educate, and even challenge you. [visual-link-preview...

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Helper of the Month

Helper of the Month

Americans Helping Americans is honored to award February’s Helper of the Month Award to the generous and courageous hundreds of women and men of Houston, Texas, who have selflessly opened their homes, their businesses, and their pocketbooks, to help the tens of...

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HELPER OF THE MONTH

HELPER OF THE MONTH

She saw a cry for help and saved his days from further abuse. Americans Helping Americans is honored to award the first Helper of the Month Award of 2021, with a $500 grant to waitress, Flavaine Carvalho,  for her quick thinking and courageous actions in spotting a...

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CHILDREN ARE THE INNOCENT VICTIMS OF POVERTY

CHILDREN ARE THE INNOCENT VICTIMS OF POVERTY

Children are too often the most innocent victims of the vicious cycle of poverty that AHA has worked for decades to help overcome. Whether suffering from hunger, because their out-of-work parents can’t provide food or these days, school is not in session and the...

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