A story from one of our housing graduates, now part time employee at the Clothing Bank. I left it all behind, everything familiar and comfortable to me was left in New Jersey: family, friends, home, addictions. I started over in Delaware. Nearly penniless, jobless and just completing another program in Delaware where I gained a […]
As part of our 30 stories for 30 weeks in celebration of our 30th anniversary, we share this story titled Manipulation by one of our housing graduates, Ronda J. I look back at the people in my life, and I can’t help but feel witty. I’ve lied, manipulated and betrayed in the past. In my […]
(By Marcy Perkins) Zella was one of God’s Little Ones, a unique being who made us laugh and cry and rant and rave. She was both vulnerable and indestructible, intelligent and erratic. To the casual eye, she was a crazy street lady, even after she secured independent housing. She was somewhat scary to those who […]
How has Friendship House affected you? We have asked our supporters, volunteers, clients and staff this question and in this newsletter our housing Director and housing clients have answered this question. To read the electronic version click here. To read the printed and mailed version click here.
Friendship House of Delaware is proud to announce that Kim Eppehimer is to be the next Executive Director effective January 1, 2018. Kim has been working at Friendship House since 2014, after volunteering through Red Clay Creek Church Presbyterian Church for several years. After working over a decade in the multi- family and low income […]