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By: Maura Sirianni

The growing shortage of affordable rental housing, along with a simultaneous increase in poverty has left many working Americans homeless; hit hardest is the pink collar working mother.  The typical homeless family today is comprised of a mother in her late twenties with two children.  Too often are single mothers found in situations they cannot control; this is where Bridge of Hope comes in.

Bridge of Hope is a National organization that provides homeless and at-risk mothers with permanent housing and financial stability, through employment. Throughout the mother’s journey with Bridge of Hope, local affiliates are able to bring together a professional staff, as well as trained church mentoring groups.  The goal is to empower the mom, introduce her to mentors and life-long friends who will serve as a support system, and ultimately help her achieve the level of self-esteem she needs to get back on her feet.

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  1. maura_katherine says:

    thank you for re-blogging my article – check out my classmates work as well!

    • we will – for sure – please read our blogs as well. We are talking about many of the same issues. Also, since we are new to this – we are looking for other quality blogs about poverty in America – if you have any ideas – please let us know. Thanks

  2. maura_katherine says:

    Thank you, I subscribed to your blog. It is so nice to see someone else raising awareness about the same issue.

    Have a great week

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