Nora Brown, Family Conservancy


 “Education has been a very important part of the program to help families make informed decisions for the rest of their lives. We give them those topics and resources to plant roots in the community to make those families stronger. All of the families that come to the program are exceptional.  They come to the classes right after work. Either they are tired or most of the families have children but they make it a priority. Anyone that graduates from the program is doing it because they know there is an end product which is either they are going to buy a home; they are going to start a home, or they or going back to school. These are people who are doing things to further themselves as contributors to the community.”

Nora Brown, staff at Family ConservancyMeeting Basic Needs Programs, Wyandotte County resident

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