Our mission: Passage Home is a faith-based, ecumenical, interracial Community Development Corporation designed to end homelessness, increase affordable housing, enable economic self-sufficiency, and promote community development. The organization strengthens families to become self-sufficient and helps neighborhoods to become more supportive in Raleigh and Wake County.
People served and programs include:
- Homeless families seeking to stabilize their lives, whose adult heads of household agree to work.
- Women leaving the prison system who wish to reunite with their children.
- Neighborhood development - restoring housing, and promoting community problem solving, economic literacy and social programs.
- Providing for family needs during the holiday season through the Advent Giving Tree. Contact Peg Cavender at 919-985-5950 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to assist.
Restoring Hope adopts a house or apartment to make a comfortable home for women coming out of prison or a family transitioning from homelessness. Our team of volunteers provides light maintenance repair as well as redecorating. Furniture and other household items are solicited through donations. We stock the kitchen with a week’s worth of groceries. When the family moves in, the program concludes with the St. Francis team and family enjoying a meal of celebration, thanksgiving, and fellowship.
For more information or if you would like to join this team, contact Donna Mariani at 919-326-3768 or email@example.com.