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 […]
Here is our Winter Newsletter! http://conta.cc/2m3I4Yk
November 2014 On the night before Thanksgiving, arguably the biggest bar night of the year, I took my last drink. For the next several days I would lay on my couch going through all the symptoms that a cold turkey quit has to offer. The plan was to simply get myself together enough to get […]
Friendship House has undergone both ministry and program growth as the demographics of suburban populations in New Castle County have shifted over the years. Friendship House has made a proactive choice to find ways to better serve those who are not receiving available services because they are unable, unwilling, or unaware. It’s a fierce battle […]