Valley Charities

A family in Willow has an unexpected home repair that depletes their savings, leaving no money for firewood: their sole source of heat. Valley Charities partnered with Willow Methodist Church to get the family the firewood they desperately needed. The family is now back on track with their finances and safe in their home. Large unexpected expenses can put a family on the edge, Valley Charities helps keep those in need afloat during the hardest times.
 turn A leaf lends medical equipment free of charge to those who qualify.  Find out more… turn A leaf assists low income and homeless individuals and families with clothing and household items when referred by one of our community partners. Find out more…


 

 

 

 

 

 

frontiersman

‘Homeless Connect’ serves about 200

click here to view the article from frontiersman.com Posted on Jan 31, 2014 by Heather Resz WASILLA — Perhaps it’s a sign of progress that slightly fewer people received help at this year than last at the annual Mat-Su Valley Project Homeless Connect event. About 200 people registered as homeless at the fourth annual Homeless Connect …

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Valley Agencies collaborate to fight Homelessness in the Mat-Su Valley

As awareness to homelessness in the Mat-Su becomes more prevalent there are several agencies working in the background to prevent this situation to becoming an epidemic.  This July, as the lead agency, Valley Charities, Inc. was awarded a $770,550.00 grant by Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) to prevent homelessness in the Mat-Su Valley.  The Homeless …

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