RaiseUp FamiliesTM is Here to Help

For more than 24 years, RaiseUp Families has made the goal of uninterrupted education in a child’s learning the focus of its mission to strengthen families. Formerly known as Westside Homeless Prevention, our extensive case management program helps families achieve both financial stability and stability in their child’s learning experience.

RaiseUp Families assists parents of school-age children to overcome obstacles through personalized case management. Participating families are required to accept an active role in accomplishing their goals, with the support of case managers who bring exceptional skill and a determined compassion to their work.

With the right tools, guidance and resources, the parents we help are able to raise up their family, ensuring both a stable home and stronger future.

RaiseUp Families Works

In the last five years alone, RaiseUp Families’ approach to achieving family stability in support of a child’s education has realized impressive results. 100 percent of students have remained at the same school and 100 percent have been promoted to the next grade.

Your thoughtful donation toward strengthening a family is gratefully appreciated.

Upcoming Events

Summer Camp Volunteers Needed

We are in need of volunteers to provide lunch on June 12th, 13th, 19th and the 26th.

Time: 11:30am - 1pm

Location: John Knox Church

Will have about 35 children a day that will need to be fed lunch at noon. 

We ask that you bring paper plates, napkins, and disposable silverware.

Meals can be anything from sandwiches, chicken nuggets, lasagna, or pizza. We do ask that one healthy item like veggies, fruit, or a salad is provided to the children with every meal. You may also provide chips, crackers, cookies, or ice cream bars because the children always like these items. 

 **Please note:  Volunteers are to purchase and/or make the lunches and bring to the day camp**

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