How You Can Help
You can make a difference in the lives of women and children in our communities. Join individuals like you who are changing the lives of single moms and their children by getting involved with People Helping People.
Our goal at People Helping People (PHP) is to reduce the number of children living in poverty by teaching low-income women, primarily single moms, how to become and remain successfully employed.
PHP’s Employment Program gives women the knowledge, tools, confidence, and encouragement to achieve their full potential in the workplace.
Our long-term, one-on-one approach teaches women how to get a good job, perform well in a job, seek and receive pay raises and promotions, and eventually earn an adequate income through successful employment.
We believe that the only permanent route out of poverty is an adequate income. A good job with a good company and long-term employment support can go a long way in helping single moms become financially self-sufficient.
Our Employment Program, through the work of dedicated volunteers and staff, is committed to creating an environment where the single moms we serve can and will flourish both in their careers and in life.
We believe that when moms do better, kids do better. When kids do better, communities do better, and when communities do better, we all do better.
When women can find good jobs, work for good companies, and stay employed in positions where they can earn enough to pay their bills, their housing situation will stabilize, they can feed and clothe their children, afford better childcare, and gain access to healthcare for themselves and their families through their employers.
They can also participate in company offered training and education reimbursement programs,
without going into debt, which will help them gain the necessary skills to become more valuable to their employer.
Once women have an employment plan and ongoing long-term employment support, they can stay employed, advance in their job, earn a higher wage, and provide for their families for many years.