A Life Transformed: Stories of Hope
Building Bright Futures: The Possibilities are Endless!
Joey, a sixth-grader from Villaggio on Route 66 in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., has big dreams for his future. Through Hope through Housing’s Building Bright Futures initiative, Joey attends the after-school program where he lives and receives encouragement, mentoring...
Zack Collie lost his independence at age 15, the victim of a diving accident that left him paralyzed and reliant on others to perform such simple tasks as brushing his teeth. Now 22 and in college, with a career he is building toward, he is getting some of that...
Valerie Aguilar is an honor student, a member of her high school scholarship club, Bible club and marine biology club, and will attend the University of California-Santa Barbara next fall in her quest to become an environmental engineer.
A Mother’s Love
When Sarah Jones lost her job and any chance at child support in one of the most expensive housing markets in the United States, the mother of four had a difficult decision to make: remove her kids from the community and schools they’d grown up in, or spend hours a day in traffic commuting back and forth.