Your support rebuilds lives for families at UMOM

Yesterday we shared with you the story of Bella* and her three children, who currently live in UMOM’s Emergency Shelter. Today, Bella’s children want to share their story [...]

Help restore hope for families like Bella’s

Many of us have fallen upon difficult times or dealt with some kind of hardship in our lives. In these moments, it’s not always easy to stay [...]

Dramatic increase in homelessness in Arizona

Homelessness in Arizona has increased by 10% according to a new federal government report. The AHAR (Annual Homeless Assessment Report) is a study produced each year by [...]

UMOM in the News: AZ Family, Phoenix homeless shelter receives $5 million

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UMOM receives $5 Million grant from Bezos Day One Fund

We’re excited to announce something truly extraordinary: UMOM has received a $5 million grant from the Day 1 Families Fund, established this year by Jeff and Mackenzie [...]

A Story of Great Resilience from the Halle Women’s Center

As many of you may know, October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time to bring attention to an issue that impacts millions of people each year. [...]

A Unique Fundraiser Benefits UMOM’s Youth

At UMOM, we are fortunate to receive donations from a number of generous groups in the community including a variety of church groups, corporate committees, youth groups [...]

Restoring Hope for a Veteran at UMOM

Every day, thousands of brave men and women in the armed forces put their lives on the line. These men and women make great sacrifices to protect our [...]

Reaching Her Full Potential: A Story of a Homeless Teen and How You Can Help

Imagine you’re a 15-year-old girl. You’re a sophomore in high school, focusing on your schoolwork and basketball tryouts. Life seems pretty normal. Until one day you find [...]

Key Facts From the 2017 Youth Experiences Study You Need to Know

  They’re hard to find and sometimes even harder to assess. Yet, homeless young adults surround us, trying to get through their days as best they can [...]

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