A Hand Up
Love At Work provides a way for you to change the lives of children and families in crisis by giving them a hand up rather than a hand out.
With the generous support of people like you, Love At Work is working toward a better, more livable world through effective work in the following areas: education, housing, health and nutrition, economic opportunity, spiritual and social development, community and neighborhood enrichment.
So please, consider helping by making a donation to one of the following causes:
Education: Helping educate a child is the most powerful way you can fight poverty. A recurring monthly gift of $250 will pay full tuition or give whatever you can. We will put your donation with others', and, together, there will be enough to educate a child. Some invest multiples of these amounts to extend coverage to more children.
Quality of Life: Your gifts are transformed into projects that increase access to nutritious food, water and health care for vulnerable populations; protect children from abuse and neglect; remove barriers to economic self-sufficiency; equip people with life skills that lead to increased independence.
Healthy Neighborhoods and Communities: Your gifts will allow neighborhoods and communities to address such challenges as providing safe, affordable housing and support services; increasing the safety of residents; improving physical spaces for community benefit; engaging residents in community-building and progress; and creating opportunities for young people to become productive citizens.
Hurricane Relief: Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and the associated rainfall have caused unprecedented severe flooding, forcing emergency evacuations and damaging thousands of homes and communities. Through a partnership with Habitat for Humanity, these funds will be used to address shelter and housing needs caused by these storms.
Area of Greatest Need: Your gift will enable us to respond quickly to help the most vulnerable children and families in the areas of education, housing, health and nutrition, economic opportunity, spiritual and social development, community and neighborhood enrichment.