Home of the Sparrow has been serving Homeless women and children since 1987 – For over 34 years the organization has helped thousands of families achieve a better future. As with many non-profit organizations Home of the Sparrow relies on grants, donations, revenue from events and revenue from our eight Sparrow’s Nest Thrift Stores and
Home of the Sparrow would like to thank volunteer, Matt Larkin for volunteering on December 19th, 2020 at one of our affordable housing units in Richmond (first photo)! Alongside Matt, Home of the Sparrow’s Executive Director, Matt Kostecki also volunteered his time. Thank you both for helping to prep the unit for the family that
Educating our #community on the signs of #humantrafficking has been a #goal for the 22 nd Judicial Circuit Family Violence Coordinating Council (FVCC). They provide professional education and prevention; coordinate interventions and services for victims and perpetrators; and contribute to both the improvement of the legal system and the administration of justice. Do you want
Anyone can be #trafficked, it happens in plain sight in all communities, including yours. The best action you can take is to learn how to spot the signs of trafficking. Let’s speak up for those who can’t in hopes to #endhumantrafficking.
Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year! We would like to express our utmost gratitude to all of our amazing donors, volunteers, and staff for your passion and commitment to Home of the Sparrow! We are grateful to our donors who gave generously to support our mission. Through all monetary donations, virtual fundraisers, community benefit
Give a Gift of Hope Today! Donations will be matched up to $50,000 through December 31st, 2020! Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Home of the Sparrow is seeing a high influx of newly-homeless clients seeking support in addition to those currently in services who will require additional help; this comes at a time when we