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Statement on Derek Chauvin Guilty Verdict

Our deepest condolences go out to George Floyd’s family. In our work, we see how racism has created and perpetuates deep housing disparities, including in…

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Redeemer City Church Supports Families

In the fall of 2018, Redeemer City Church began working with The Road Home staff at The Breese, supporting families in a variety of ways….

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Partnership with The Playing Field Helps Families

Our partnership with The Playing Field, a child care center on the east side of Madison, allows families at Fair Oaks Apartments to receive more…

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Tailor Place: Our Newest Housing Program

Tailor Place, our newest affordable housing program, will open in February. It will include ten units for families who have experienced homelessness. We are excited…

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RSM: Why We Support The Road Home

RSM supports The Road Home Dane County as part of their commitment to giving back in the communities where they live and practice. by, Shawn…

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Overcoming Barriers: Ms. Thomas’s Story

Working with staff from The Road Home helped Ms. Thomas’s family overcome barriers, maintain stability and achieve their goals. by Ms. Thomas My name is…

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Day 1 Families Fund Opens New Opportunities

We have begun using funds from this transformative grant to help families maintain stable housing through a variety of programs. Last November we were thrilled…

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Covenant Presbyterian Supports The Road Home

Covenant Presbyterian has been an important part of our work at The Road Home since we first began working with families in 1999. by Nan…

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CARES Act Enhances 2020 Charitable Donation Opportunities

by James G. Graham, Principal, RSM US LLP As the end of the year approaches, December has historically been a time for charitable giving and…

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Guild Mortgage Supports The Road Home

Guild Mortgage has supported The Road Home with their Toys for Tacos event for years. Because of COVID-19, this year required some extra creativity. For…

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