YOU MAKE THE “STRUGGLE TIME” EASIER FOR THIS YOUNG FAMILY

Shanan Warden calls it “struggle time” — that week or so at the end of the month when her husband’s paycheck has stretched as far as it can. When it can’t stretch any further, she says, “it’s just not enough to keep food coming into the house. It’s hard sometimes.”

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THIEVES STOLE EVERYTHING THEY HAD. YOU’RE HELPING THEM REBUILD.

Last fall, Yolanda Rogers was robbed. They took everything — her clothes, her ID, even her 8-year-old son’s shoes. “I didn’t know what to do,” she remembers. “My sister said, ‘Let’s get you over to BritVil.’” 

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“You Have No Idea How Many People You’re Helping”

Ron Richmond had a successful career in sales. But when he and his wife separated, Ron gave up all that to provide full-time care for his daughter Tyresha, who has special needs. It was a heroic decision, and it hasn’t been easy.

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