Barnabas is helping neighbors on the journey to self sufficiency
Marie is the picture of strength. Major setbacks and housing insecurity didn't stand a chance against her -- and we're so happy she left our warehouse with all she needs to comfortably furnish her new home.
At 26, Jordan decided she needed to make some changes. She and her husband were drifting in and out of homelessness, often they stayed in motels, and once spent a cold night in a shelter they constructed out of pallets. Jordan was working four jobs and exhausted when she found out she was carrying Harmony. Harmony changed everything. They connected with The Salvation Army and began the journey out of homelessness. Now, Jordan and Harmony's dad are happy to be in their own place. Jordan is doing everything she can to regain custody of her two older children while studying for the GED. It's all coming together for them just in time for the family to welcome a baby boy in a few months!
Stefanie has remained positive despite major setbacks with her health. After losing her vision three years ago and undergoing several surgeries, she had to move in with others and learn to navigate daily life in total darkness, all while being there for her children and grandchildren. Today, she has regained much of her vision and is now living in her own place. We're so glad she came to us for her furnishings.