On behalf of the Emma House team, we would like to wish you and your family a wonderful Christmas holiday season and a happy New Year! We are so incredibly grateful for all of the ways you have supported Emma House in 2022. As we ring in the new year, we want to look back on the growth and impact Emma House has made in our community thanks to your generosity and continued support.
During our last fiscal year, 24 moms and babies were housed at Emma House and participated in the Emma House program.
57 expecting mothers experiencing homelessness were on our waitlist this year, proving the need for Emma House services in our community.
74 moms and children received care and support from the Emma House program, either through our life skills program, Christmas Campaign, or housing support.
This year, we also hosted our first in-person event since the pandemic; our annual Emma House Tea Social. It was a wonderful event where we were able to highlight the amazing work Emma House is doing in the community thanks to our dedicated supporters. We are so grateful.
We also celebrated 30 years of Emma House providing programmed housing to expecting mothers and their children this summer. Over the last 30 years, Emma House has supported over 200 moms and babies experiencing or at risk of homelessness. The past 30 years would not have been possible without our team, volunteers, donors, and supporters. We are looking forward to the next 30 years!
SAVE THE DATE! Emma House is participating in the Coldest Night of the Year in 2023. Coldest Night is a family-friendly walk to raise money for charities serving people experiencing harm, hunger, and homelessness. Emma House is so excited to a participating charity for the 2023 walk.
Our goal is to raise $20,000. Help us meet our goal and join us for the Coldest Night of the Year!
Thank you so much for your support of the Emma House vision this year. Because of your generosity and championing the Emma House mission and vision, we were able to provide essential care and support to our residents, their babies, and expecting mothers facing homelessness in our community.