Leader in Personal Protective Equipment sponsors Fayette Cares charity gala to unmask the stigma of family crisis.
Save the Date: Nov. 2nd Get ready for an evening of lively entertainment, great food, libations, and a spectacular live and silent auction you won’t want to miss! This annual event is an elegant gala to celebrate and continue our mission of caring. There are families and individuals in our community needing a helping hand. […]
Read the 2019 Winter Newsletter from Fayette Cares. This interactive flip book makes it easy to read.
Special Perks for Special Supporters It’s true, we think every donor, volunteer, and event guest is a VIP. That’s why we want to give our supporters special perks, the inside scoop, and exclusive offers with our VIP Text program. Interested in serving the community by helping the homeless? Maybe you want to join our team […]
View Lives Touched by your support through Fayette Cares – January 2019 through June 2019.
Savings Program Creates Financial Stability for Victims Victims trapped in abusive relationships feel powerless under the control of a partner who not only hurts them physically and emotionally but also ruins their credit, restricts access to money, prevents them from having a job, or tightly monitors their spending. If you can only think about getting […]
Strengthening Families and Communities with Stable Housing Palladium Properties, LLC owners Sam and Cindy Marsh proudly pose in front of a newly rehabbed house. Once an eye-sore in a blighted community, the husband and wife team gutted the structure and transformed it into more than just a home, into the foundation for a better future. […]
Replacing Roadblocks with Opportunities Without transportation struggling families have very limited options and opportunities. In our community you can’t just hop a bus or call an Uber to get to work, school, the grocery store, or Dr.’s office. If you’re lucky you have a friend or relative with a reliable car who might take you where […]
Click here to view this article in 2019 Summer Newsletter At the crime scene a Somerville Police Officer passes his phone to a frightened woman. He has just completed a domestic violence Lethality Assessment Program (LAP) screen and the victim flags as “high-danger”. After expressing great concern for her safety she agrees to talk to a […]