For 25 years, homeless children have had a shot at a happy future because of this caring community.

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Together, we effectively and efficiently move homeless families to self-sufficiency.  Last year, we answered 16,821 cries for help with shelter, food and support.

Housing for Families
719 families kept their homes through our homeless prevention program
105 families lived in our permanent affordable service-enriched housing

Survival Essentials
9,954 free food bags helped parents feed their children
454 apartments were furnished through our Furnish the Future program
5,515 times client visited our FreeStore for clothing and other items for their children and themselves

Education and Support for Children
494 children laughed and learned in our year-round children’s programming
120+ children enjoyed summer fun at our 8-week summer camp

Job Training, Education, Parenting and Life Skills
190 unemployed client found jobs through our job placement program
36 parents obtained their high school diploma and the key to a better future

Please help us make sure that all our children have a future marked by possibilities, not poverty.

Transform a life today!

91 cents of every dollar donated to HomeFront goes directly to services for homeless families.

Many ways to donate:

All donations to HomeFront are tax deductible. Send a check to HomeFront at 1880 Princeton Avenue, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648. Complete this form online and press the submit button. The information will be sent to your email account. Print out the email and mail it to HomeFront along with your check.

Make a credit card payment by telephone by calling HomeFront at (609) 989-9417, extension 107.

1880 Princeton Ave.
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648-4518
Tax ID: EO22-3165145/000

For transfers from qualified retirement accounts and gifts of stock or other marketable securities, call 609-989-9417, extension 107.

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