Basic Needs Programs
Food, clothing, school supplies, coats, medical equipment, personal hygiene items and more are easy to come by for many of us but for poverty-stricken Americans, these are basic needs many go without.
Provides families and homeowners with safe and stable housing including, repairing roofs, floors, rotting porches, and stairs, as well as constructing handicap ramps for the elderly and disabled so they may remain in their homes.
Providing children shoes and boots, school summer enrichment opportunities, and safe environments where kids can eat a nutritious meal and be with mentors.
Meets veterans’ essential needs for food, clothing, and housing to honor their sacrifice and commitment to our country, through the cooperation of various organizations in Appalachia.
Provides hygiene kits, emergency utility payment assistance, winter coats, new shoes, new blankets, diapers, and more in terms of crisis and severe need.
Supports vocational programs for young adults who may need remedial help in GED and other training opportunities for them to earn a skilled trade and enter the workforce.