Indomitable Women 4 Agape Life
During the current COVID19 pandemic we're still here providing assistance to those in need.
Today there is a new face of homelessness and how we deal with this issue is a concern for many communities.
There are 7,689 permanent shelter beds total in the state of Maryland for homeless individuals. There are an estimated 217 homeless encampments in the state of Maryland. Homeless numbers are estimated at 4,389 individuals and 2,556 families. 61% of homeless peoples in Maryland are male. Jan 28 2019
What are you doing to contribute to the fight?
IW4AL is currently in need of donations for our Adopt-a-Shelter, Taking it 2 the Streets, and the Rent & Utilities and Village Works programs.
IW4AL is a nonprofit 501c3 organization. All donations are tax deductible.
IW4AL has several opportunities to volunteer through our Programs to serve the homeless. Find out how to contribute through Corporate Sponsorship and donations. It's time to "Get Involved".
IW4AL promotes personal growth of homeless and those at risk of homelessness, through the facilitation of positive social relationships, holistic lifestyle transformation, and spiritual enhancement activities.
If you have lost your job due to COVID19, please allow us to help you in your search! Click here: https://tinyurl.com/y5pfnoft to participate in our Virtual R.I.S.E. Above program.
If you are not homeless yet, it may be possible to avoid becoming homeless by finding out about prevention or emergency assistance programs in your area. Often these programs can help in paying rent, utilities, or bills.
If you are homeless now, emergency assistance programs may help with health care, food, and temporary, transitional, or permanent housing.
Look below for assistance finding local resources!
In rural areas, prevention and/or emergency assistance programs may be operated by community action agencies (see the National Community Action Partnership web site).
If you are a teenager and are thinking about running away from home, or if you are already living on the streets, call the National Runaway Switchboard. The Switchboard is a toll free, confidential hotline. Dial 1-800-621-4000