iCorps and Its Employees Donate $2,369 to Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center
Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center provides shelter, supportive and stabilization services, and permanent housing to families experiencing homelessness. Every year, Hildebrand helps over 500 parents and 500 children heal, move out of shelter, and into permanent homes again, disrupting systems that lead to poverty and homelessness.
Since 2012, iCorps Technologies has proudly supported Hildebrand's "Every family has a home" vision. During the 2023 holiday season, iCorps and its employees raised $2,369 to help families in the greater Boston community transition out of homelessness and into safe, affordable, permanent housing.
"As a company, we're always looking for ways to give back to our community and are honored to be a part of the work Hildebrand does," said Michael Hadley, President and CEO of iCorps Technologies. "We look forward to continuing our work with Hildebrand and support their initiatives that better the lives of so many."
Hildebrand Family Self-Help Center, Inc. is a 36-year-old independent nonprofit organization with a mission to partner with families experiencing homelessness to achieve self-sufficiency. Exclusive to families, Hildebrand began as an outgrowth of a social action ministry of the St. Paul AME Church in Cambridge. The organization is named after the regional bishop, Rev. Richard Allen Hildebrand, who authorized the rehabilitation of St. Paul’s former parsonage for use as a shelter for homeless families. Today, Hildebrand, one of Metro-Boston's largest providers of emergency shelter for homeless families, supports over 300 families in shelter and in their stabilization program annually, and also operates permanent housing on a $6.4 million budget with a staff of over 70 employees.