A COMMUNITY FOR FAMILIES AND YOUTH ... PROVIDING SHELTER FROM THE STORM
Are you a social worker helping pregnant teens with nowhere to go? Do you know of new mothers who need baby-sitting services so they can learn new skills? Are you trying to get your cases to kick a drug habit?
Whether you are on staff at a hospital, work for child services or welfare, or are a social worker looking for more information, contact Isaiah House...we are here to help. We offer a variety of residential and community programs designed to meet the needs of our Essex County community. Our mission is to assist homeless families and individuals throughout Essex County by providing shelter and support services which enable them to become fully functional. We are a community for families and youth--providing shelter from the storm.
AFTER BLACK FRIDAY AND CYBER MONDAY..
DON'T FORGET GIVING TUESDAY!!
That's Right!! December 3rd is #GivingTuesday
In the week following Thanksgiving, Americans will spend millions of dollars on the joys of shopping during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday is a day to remind us that giving is the true spirit of the holiday season.
If you are interested in donating to Isaiah House on #GivingTuesday or any day, please feel free to visit our donations section of our website, it's easy!!!
CHECK OUT OUR NEW SHOUT-OUTS PAGE!!!
ISAIAH HOUSE WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE THAT HAS DONATED OR PLANS TO DONATE TO THE AGENCY TO HELP ENHANCE THE LIVES OF OTHERS!!!
If you or your company would like to donate to Isaiah House, click on the "How Can You Help?" page for more information.
Honoree At Isaiah House!!!
Isaiah House Executive Director, Zammeah Bivins-Gibson, along with 3 other influential leaders in the community were given awards at the Jessie Banks 11th Annual Scholarship Gala on November 8, 2013. This honor was presented to them for their commitment and dedication to the well being of the community, health and education within society. The other awardees included: Olympian, Joetta Clark Diggs, Senior Vice President of Carver Federal Savings Bank, Blondel Pinnock and President of One Hundred Black Men, Inc., Fitzgerald Miller. This Gala marked the start of the Jessie Banks Foundations new decade of “Helping One Student at a Time”. A total of fourteen rising stars were also given academic scholarships during this ceremony to recongize their determination and to help develop their careers and achieve their goals.
Gala Committee Member and Isaiah House Board Member Beverly Rhinehart (pictured below), was in attendance to show support for Mrs. Bivins- Gibson’s leadership, hard work and accomplishments at Isaiah House and beyond.