Program helps low-income families find nicer homes, better schools, learn life skills
A Casual Evening of Cocktails with Move to PROSPER
By Mark Ferenchik
The Columbus Dispatch
Bessie Jackson moved from the East Side to Gahanna in August, figuring it would be better for her 10- and 6-year-old sons. Jackson felt that they weren’t getting a good-enough education at the schools they were attending, plus they were being bullied.
From poverty to a better future
Thanks to our hosts Bridgette Mariea and Joseph Wisne of Roto Group, our Casual Evening of Cocktails with Move to PROSPER on Oct. 24, 2018, was a huge success. Check out our newest video here: Move to PROSPER Families Video
Move to PROSPER News Update June 25, 2018
It was one of those rare moments of bipartisanship in Washington: Republican and Democratic lawmakers who agree on little seemed to concur, only months ago, that helping poor families escape poor neighborhoods was one path to making poor children’s futures brighter.
We are thrilled to share that the first 10 families will be in their new homes before school begins this summer. Seven families have been approved and 3 more should be approved in the next 3 weeks.