Volunteers of America condemns the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, a community where our organization has long provided services to those most affected by the inequities in society. But what’s happening now in our country is about much more than a single incident.
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Kimberly and her family got off the river and into housing
Battling poverty and addiction for several years, Kim and her son lived in a tent along the American River. Last year, she found her way to VOA's Family Shelter. Kim's path out of homelessness wasn't an easy one, but with your support - she did it.
A few words from Volunteers of America's CEO
During the 30 minute Q&A Leo discussed how VOA is responding to the challenges we've experienced during the COVID-19 health crisis, offered updates on VOA services and shared wonderful stories from various programs.
Who we are
We are more than a nonprofit organization. We are a ministry of service that includes nearly 400 paid, professional employees dedicated to helping those in need rebuild their lives and reach their full potential.
At-risk children and teens went back to school with a new backpack and school supplies from Operation Backpack
Individuals and families sleep under a Volunteers of America roof each night in Northern California and Nevada
Our professional staff currently operates 52 programs from Santa Cruz, CA to Sparks, NV.
Individuals are now employed because of our Employement Services program