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Messiah Lutheran Church Partners with The Road Home

Through the years, Messiah Lutheran has continued to find many ways to help families who have experienced homelessness in our community. Messiah Lutheran began their…

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At Our Home for Families Fundraising Breakfast

At our virtual event, Aurey shared his journey from homelessness to stable housing, a college degree and a bright future ahead for his son. This…

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A Home of Her Own: Jeannetta’s Story

It’s no small accomplishment to go from homeless to a home owner. We are so excited for Jeannetta who was able to complete this journey….

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New Programs Provide Stable Housing for Families

At The Road Home Dane County, we have a lot of exciting things happening this summer. We’d like to share some of our updates with…

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American Family Insurance: A Long-Time Partner

American Family Insurance and The American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation have supported The Road Home in many ways. by Maggie Molter Pascaly, American Family Insurance…

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First Unitarian Society Helps Families

First Unitarian Society has worked alongside us for many years, holding wish list drives, volunteering at family events, providing eviction prevention funds and more. The…

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Working Together During the COVID-19 Crisis

We are continuing to provide essential services to families in our community who have experienced homelessness while keeping everyone healthy and safe. Our office is…

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Statement on Anti-Racism and Housing Disparities

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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Fair Oaks Will Provide New Opportunities for Families

Our next affordable housing partnership, Fair Oaks Apartments, will be open this fall! Thank you to Stone House Development, Inc for making this possible. We…

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Nonprofit Strategist Role Helps The Road Home Plan for the Future

To better accommodate past growth and plan for future steps, Sarah Ceponis was brought in to fill a one-year position. As the affordable housing crisis…

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