Mom’s House Receives Grant from the Alcoa Foundation

Jul 27, 2016In The Community, Press Releases

LANCASTER, PA – Mom’s House of Lancaster has been awarded a $15,000.00 grant by the Alcoa Foundation for the 2017 fiscal year. The support will allow the Mom’s House to expand their mission to serve the growing populations of single student parent families in Lancaster County.

Funding will allow Mom’s House to continue our robust program with support services and quality care for current and future single-parent families empowering them to become better parents, professionals and community members.

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About the Alcoa Foundation

At Alcoa, sustainability is an integral part of our culture and our core strategy. Alcoa Foundation invests where Alcoa has a presence to further sustainability and to partner with communities in addressing local needs as they adapt to a rapidly changing world.

About Mom’s House of Lancaster

Mom’s House believes that all parents have the right to raise their children in conditions of dignity and financial independence. Mom’s House is the only organization in Lancaster County that provides free childcare and other support services to young low income single mother (and fathers) enrolled in school full time empowering them to break out of the cycle of poverty and be able to raise their family in financial independence.  Our nonresidential hand-up [not hand out] program provides young at-risk single parents with the right tools to become better parents, professionals and community members.