Causes of entrenched poverty can be attributed to an uneven distribution of community resources including quality housing, access to healthy food, access to healthcare, access to mass transportation, access to community play space, etc.
There are amazing nonprofits doing incredible, life-changing work throughout Wake County. Passage Home wants to partner with other agencies looking to improve our community. If your agency is trying to help clients move up the economic ladder–we want to partner! Starting July 1, 2019, Passage Home is looking to collaborate with organizations providing adult job training and educational services focused on economic mobility and increased earning potential. Passage Home will provide back-end support to bolster your clients chance of success. If your program serves individuals who earn less than 125% the Federal Poverty Level, Passage Home wants to support your clients by providing resources that can be used for educational resources (computers, books, supplies, etc.), childcare, transportation, or to remove others barriers in the way of their success.
Below are just a few of our partners. If you are looking to join our growing list of partners, please contact our CEO, Seth Friedman.