Not being able to pay rent or utilities can often mean eviction and
homelessness. We ensure thousands of lights stay on, respiratory
assisting machines operate, and children stay warm during the cold winter
months. We also ensure hundreds of children get new shoes, as well as
warm winter coats and winter gear.
Americans Helping Americans®: Bringing Digital Equity to Appalachia’s Students
The digital divide in education is a real and pressing issue in our modern society. It refers to the disparity between those with access to digital technology, such as computers and the internet, and those without. This equates to roughly 2.2 billion youth under 25...
Americans Helping Americans® announces Americans Helping Teachers Grant Program
At Americans Helping Americans® we understand that many school systems in Appalachia have tight budgets and, in many cases, cannot afford to provide additional funding for classroom needs and other expenses that teachers would like to have to enhance the learning...
Our Utility Assistance Program Helps the Homeless Too
Right now and through the winter, our utility assistance program will help keep the lights and heat on and the water running for 750 families in distressed regions throughout Appalachia. Among these places is Jefferson City, Tennessee, where our longtime partner...