Single parents are constantly forced to make difficult tradeoffs. Do they sacrifice nutritious food or pay rent? Do they forgo an extra shift or spend time with their children? Unimaginable for a two-parent household, but very much a reality for single parents households. The Colorado Center on Law and Policy report that “sixty-two percent of single mothers in the state lack adequate income to cover basic needs, including food, housing, childcare, and health care.
Our agency is proud to support Project Self-Sufficiency. Their mission is very close to our hearts. They strive to ” assist low-income, single parents in their efforts to achieve economic independence and become free from community and government assistance while building and maintaining strong, healthy families.” The work they do is so important to the single parents that they help and vital to the betterment of our community.
When you recommend someone to us for a quote, we offer to donate $10 to Project Self-Sufficiency on your behalf. Yes, and that is for EACH friend. How many friends do you have? Do the math!