You Can Help

You Can Help

You can help us assist homeless, single mothers along their journey of becoming fully contributing members of society, and their children will bear the imprint of your influence.  Your part in this process cannot be overstated!  You are an indispensable part of everything we do to help these mothers stand on their own two feet!

 

If you believe in helping homeless and at-risk mothers and their children, there are several ways you can make a difference. Here are ways others have helped:

  • Auto repair
  • Appliance repair
  • Lawn care
  • Tax preparation
  • Academic tutoring
  • Childcare
  • Legal assistance
  • Nutrition instruction
  • Handyman services
  • Physical fitness instruction
  • Be creative! Use your gifts and talents to help the women we serve.

 

Give To St. Raymond’s

Your financial gift will be used for the benefit of the mothers we serve in your St. Raymond’s House, and within your community. If you are interested in donating, please head over to our donate page to learn more.

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how we have helped

St. Raymond's have been just a great support because being a single struggling mother is not easy. I can't thank the staff and organization enough for all they have done.

Brooklyn

With the encouragement of my Success Coach, I had finally worked up the courage to pursue my dream of becoming an x-ray technician.  Then I got the devastating news that I was not eligible for any government assistance to help cover the costs.  We looked at every possible option and couldn’t find a solution, so my Success Coach and I made a commitment to pray and ask God to provide a way for me to go to college.  And God must have been listening because within 24 hours, a family decided that they would donate the cost of my education to St. Raymond’s.  Now I am even more motivated than before to earn my degree, because people who have never even met me believe in me and my future enough to invest in it!

Zuleima

These mothers inspire me to GIVE more, to DO more and to BE more.

Volunteer

Living at St. Ray’s House was a profound experience for me.  I learned so much while living there!  My biggest take away was probably in the life skills department, especially time management and self-discipline.  The thing I like best about St. Ray’s is that I will always be a part of the St. Raymond’s Society.  I still meet with my Success Coaches every week and my Accountability Partner every month.  The kids and I are invited to all of the St. Ray’s outings, celebrations and events.  The only difference is that I have my own house now so sometimes we meet here.

Janey