REACH Together was established in 2015 to meet the demonstrated needs of New Americans living in the under-served Dayton's Bluff neighborhood of St. Paul. Its vision is "to improve lives through education, advocacy, and collaboration."
One way it advances its vision and purpose is through its Basic Needs Program. Between January 1 and October 31, 2020, 85 working poor families received assistance from a bilingual advocate (REACH's only paid employee) with such things as reading mail, filling out forms, providing access to free clothing and food distributions, and solving everyday problems for persons lacking sufficient English skills to do so themselves.
These services have continued seamlessly this year despite Covid 19.
Do you wish to ensure New American families have the assistance and support they need? You can improve lives of refugees in the Dayton's Bluff neighborhood of Saint Paul by supporting REACH Together. REACH Together receives no government funding and relies on individual donations and volunteers to provide its services. Please make a donation of any amount today. Thank you.
Sheryl Fried, Pro Bono Director