"To love and serve our neighbors as ourselves."

As temperatures continue to drop and snow is a constant threat, it's important to know how to keep you and your family safe this winter. While many people prefer to remain indoors this winter, staying inside does not guarantee your safety.

Find out how you can winterize your home and car!

For a lot of people cold temperatures means ample hot chocolate and days spent inside, covered in blankets. Some members of your community don't experience that luxury when temperatures begin to plummet. For them, they're struggling to pay for the fuel, coal, wood, pellets, or propane necessary to heat their homes. For those who can't afford heat, the cold can be a life or death situation.

What would you do if you couldn't afford to keep your family warm this winter? How would you survive?

Wishing you the joy and love of the Christmas season and a happy, blessed New Year.

Individuals with disabilities are struggling to find affordable housing at crisis-level proportions. What do you do when the cost of rent exceeds your entire monthly income?

For the first time since 2010 the nation’s homeless population has increased. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, there are 554,000 homeless individuals across the United States. Among them, 193,000 people have no access to nightly shelter, so they stay in vehicles or on the street.

Think your community doesn’t have a homelessness crisis? Think again.