You did it! We are excited to share this record-setting three year partnership total thanks to Washington Post readers, staff, and Village friends. Thank you to all who have followed along on this journey and shared in the stories of hope and healing!
Columnist John Kelly wrote nearly 30 stories featuring clients and alumna like Cheryl (pictured), who showcased the Village’s programs, impact, and history.
2017 Washington Post Helping Hand articles:
- The holiday giving season starts with The Washington Post Helping Hand
- From life on the streets of Washington to a home with N Street Village
- N Street Village specializes in making connections — and changing lives
- Every afternoon in Chinatown, women line up outside Patricia Handy Place
- ‘I was helpless, homeless and hopeless,’ says an N Street Village success story
- Christmas can be rough on the poor and the homeless. These groups help.
- Three women from N Street Village’s homeless shelter share their stories
- Being homeless is bad enough. Imagine being sick, too. N Street Village helps.
- A strong finish for The Washington Post Helping Hand: We smashed past our goal
2018 Washington Post Helping Hand articles:
- At N Street Village’s Green House, women in recovery are poised for growth
- ‘Being homeless is like being in quicksand.’ N Street Village is a lifeline.
- N Street Village offers a warm coat for a cold winter — and so much more
- When an artist lost her home — and entire portfolio — N Street Village helped
- ‘Being homeless is like a shock to the system.’ N Street Village soothes the pain.
- Food for the body and food for the soul at N Street Village’s day center
- The Washington Post Helping Hand raises record $816k for beneficiaries Bright Beginnings, N Street Village and So Others Might Eat
2019 Washington Post Helping Hand articles:
- Watch them blossom: At N Street Village, homeless women create floral art.
- Women living with HIV find a welcome home at Miriam’s House.
- In the intimidating quest for Social Security benefits, N Street Village is there.
- At N Street’s Dog Time, the women are homeless. The dogs don’t know that.
- Before getting to the ‘how’ of recovery, addicts must get to the ‘why’ of addiction
- A woman named Jewel shines again: ‘N Street Village really helped save my life’
- You did it! Readers donate a record-setting amount to Post Helping Hand charities