The Erin Kimball Foundation serves homeless survivors of domestic violence and abuse. The foundation has provided over 223,481 safe nights in apartment type settings to over 182 survivors and 412 children since the doors opened. There is not a demographic untouched by domestic violence, so participants have come from all walks of life, ethnic and religious back grounds. The foundation exists to serve any individual who has experienced domestic violence.
We strive to empower all participants in their healing, this is why we ask all applicants be willing and able to either be employed or be going to school. And often times they are doing both because they are amazing. A portion of their income goes to pay their rent and Erin Kimball is making up the difference and providing support services. This is why so many of our participants are back to independent by the end of the program. Each one of them is a beautiful work in progress and moving toward independence.