Help Us Fight Poverty in Our Community

Friends In Deed not only provides a safety net for low-income families in our community through our furniture and direct assistance programs, we also work to help families find their way out of poverty through our Circles program.

Because of the donations from good neighbors like you, we’re making a difference one family at a time. Just ask a few of the families we’ve helped:

   Help Us Fight Poverty in Our Community

Friends In Deed not only provides a safety net for low-income families in our community through our furniture and direct assistance programs, we also work to help families find their way out of poverty through our Circles program.

Because of the donations from good neighbors like you, we’re making a difference one family at a time. Just ask a few of the families we’ve helped:

How Your Bed Donation Makes a Difference: Linda

Linda is battling a rare autoimmune neuromuscular disorder, Myasthenia Gravis. This disease effects less than 1% of the US population. It causes a person great pain and fatigue, and eventual immobility. Linda said that within a few years, she will be confined to a...

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See How Your Donation Makes a Difference: Paula & Fayth

Paula and her 12-year-old daughter, Fayth, had a hard time of it over the last year as their small family struggled with Paula's breast cancer diagnosis. Treatment involved removing Paul's breast. While the good news is that Paula survived the scare, she still has...

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How Your Donations Make a Difference: Crystal

Meet Crystal, a home health care worker for six years with a Certified Nursing Assistant diploma.  Crystal, twenty-seven, is mom to six-year old Isaiah, who will be entering first grade this fall. Crystal heard about Friends In Deed (FID) from a friend who referred...

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How Your Bed Donation Makes a Difference: Linda

Linda is battling a rare autoimmune neuromuscular disorder, Myasthenia Gravis. This disease effects less than 1% of the US population. It causes a person great pain and fatigue, and eventual immobility. Linda said that within a few years, she will be confined to a...

read more

See How Your Donation Makes a Difference: Paula & Fayth

Paula and her 12-year-old daughter, Fayth, had a hard time of it over the last year as their small family struggled with Paula's breast cancer diagnosis. Treatment involved removing Paul's breast. While the good news is that Paula survived the scare, she still has...

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