Legal assistance can support an individual tremendously. It can keep a roof over your head, protect you from someone dangerous, aid you financially and more. But what if you could not afford it?
Countless students need extra time outside of class to grasp what they are learning in school. Sadly, for many families in the Columbia community, this is an expense they cannot afford.
Picture this: It’s a cold, windy October night. You have nothing to eat, nowhere to store your belongings and no place to go. What would you do?
Many people in our community experience these terrifying thoughts each night. Fortunately, Harvest House is here to help.
Imagine being driven out of not only your house, but your entire country. The pressures of keeping your family together while beginning a new life in a foreign country that primarily speaks a language you may not know sounds unbearable. For many, this is the case.
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