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  • A Story of Hope: Alex

    Alex has lived in the Reno area for over 40 years. When his parents and wife passed away, he had no place to live and walked to VOA's emergency shelter looking for a new start.

  • Sharing Words of Hope with VOA Residents

    Thank you for Sharing Hope and giving our residents the peace of knowing that their community cares for them.

  • Virtual Tour: Meadowview Navigation Center

    Thanks to you and our partners at SHRA, there is a shelter where women living on the streets can find a safe place to sleep and receive 3 meals a day.

  • A Story of Hope: John

    Your support allows VOA to help veterans like John, who after 34 years of living on the river is thriving! Hear John's story in his own words.

  • VOA's Virtual Shelter from the Storm Event: Power of One

    November 5th was VOA-NCNN's first virtual Shelter from the Storm event in Reno. Thank you to all who joined us to celebrate success stories and raise funds for vital programs in Northern Nevada.

  • A Story of Hope: Vern

    Vern was four months pregnant and terrified of the thought that she could be on the streets. She arrived on the doorsteps of Volunteers of America determined to give her son the life she never had.

  • Thank you for supporting Paul Esch and the VOA Family Shelter!

    Thank you for supporting Paul Esch in the 2020 Capital Cup Campaign. Thanks to you, he was able to raise $108,000 for the VOA Family Shelter.

  • A Story of Hope: Sean

    Sean, a program graduate from VOA's ReStart Mental Health Program shares his story of living on the streets to now being housed, employed, and happily married.

  • Virtual Tour: Home Start

    Take a look at one of VOA's newest programs providing emergency shelter and permanent supportive housing to those in Placer County.

  • Virtual Tour: The Village on Sage Street

    Take a look at how the Village on Sage Street got started, how it is helping bridge the gap for Reno's low income neighbors, and hear from Richard who has lived at Sage Street for one year now.