STABLE HOUSING

GOAL: Individuals and families have stable and affordable housing

OUR INVESTMENT: $198,000

PROGRAMS:

  • Ten16 Recovery Network Residential Housing
  • Home to Stay Housing Stability and Home Repair

0
families were provided with resources to maintain stable housing.
0%
of Midland County residents spend 35% or more of their income on rent.
0
renter households earn less than $20,000 a year in Midland County.

AFFORDABLE CHILDCARE

GOAL Families have access to affordable, high-quality day care

OUR INVESTMENT: $505,000

PROGRAMS: We invest in making high-quality childcare accessible and affordable through scholarships for low-income families near where they live and work.

  • Greater Midland Coleman Family Center Childcare
  • Greater Midland North Family Center Childcare
  • Greater Midland Community Center Childcare
  • West Midland Family Center Childcare
  • Camp Fire Childcare

0
families were provided with scholarships for high-quality childcare.
0%
of income can be spent on childcare for a family of four living in poverty.
0%
of kids age 0-5 have parents working outside the home.

BASIC NEEDS

GOAL: Families and individuals are able to meet their basic needs.

OUR INVESTMENT: $455,000

PROGRAMS: We invest in programs that provide a safety net of basic needs as a “hand up,” and not a long-term “hand out.”

  • Salvation Army Emergency Assistance
  • Greater Midland Coleman Family Center Family Services
  • Greater Midland North Family Center Family Services
  • West Midland Family Center Family Services
0
people have received basic need support.
0%
increase in the cost of household expenses between 2010 and 2017.
0
people or 11% of Midland County households like in poverty.

SUPPORT WITH FINANCES

GOAL: Individuals are equipped to understand and manage their finances

OUR INVESTMENT: $181,800

PROGRAMS: We invest in programs that help individuals learn ways to be financially healthy.

  • Cancer Services Financial and Transportation Assistance
  • The Arc of Midland Personal Representative Service
  • Greater Midland Community Center Senior Tax Assistance
0
low-income seniors had support completing their taxes.
0
neighbors with a disability received financial coaching and oversight.
0%
of Midland County residents have a disability.

JOB SKILLS

GOAL: Individuals have the skills to secure and maintain gainful employment.

OUR INVESTMENT: Individuals have the skills to secure and maintain gainful employment

PROGRAMS: We invest in programs that help build soft skills for those struggling with employ-ability barriers

  • Arnold Center Community Employment
0
adults with a disability were equipped with job skills and employment.
$0
is the current rate of Supplemental Security Income per month.
0%
of people with disabilities are employed (compared to 82% of the general population)*

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