What makes society stronger? When we treat single parents with dignity. When we see them and meet their needs. Our promise as an organization is to cultivate the grit and determination necessary for a lifetime of achievements for single parents and their children. In other words, we help them develop their own power, SELF POWER, necessary to push through barrier in order for them to live a completely different life. We are looking for Table Hosts to help spread our mission and guests to learn more about how we bring the promise of education to single parents. Register today for our 11th Annual Community Luncheon: http://bit.ly/2l1eiTU
Social Worker or Counselor needed to save the world one single parent at a time. We are seeking a Full Time (36 hrs) Advisor for our Loveland Office.
Letter: Give a hand up to parents in need
By Stacy Plemmons
David May recently asked Santa for “Oodles of donations to Project Self-Sufficiency to help people in our community who are working to help themselves.” Thanks, David! May I share the story of one Project Self-Sufficiency participant?
Beginning the week of July 18th, our Project Self-Sufficiency Loveland and Fort Collins offices will have new hours of operation: Monday through Thursday from 9am until 5pm.
Project Self-Sufficiency is a winner of the 18th annual Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming Torch Awards for Ethics in the Nonprofit category.
Thumbs Up! for Colorado Gives Day Donors
By Diane Ellsworth
Big thumbs-up from our participants and their children, to all those who made donations of time and items for the annual holiday celebration for the participants of Project Self-Sufficiency. We are so grateful for the monetary donations and donations of books; games; cookies; moms and dads gifts; knit hats; and over 90 volunteer hours. The evening was magical.
Diane Ellsworth, Special Event & Volunteer Coordinator, Fort Collins.
Coloradoan - Thumbs Up - Thumbs Down
By Claire Makinen
The Friends of Project Self-Sufficiency, PS-S staff and participants send two thumbs-up to Fort Fun and Mini Masters Sponsors who made this event a hole in one!
Coloradoan Thumbs Up & Thumbs Down
By Claire Makinen
Project Self-Sufficiency sends two thumbs-up to Houska Automotive for their generous donation of a car...
Single Fathers Navigate Many Barriers in Fort Collins
By Sarah Jane Kyle
Many single fathers in Fort Collins face challenges finding resources and programming.
After 25 years as Executive Director of Project Self-Sufficiency, Mary Carraher passed the torch to Tracy Mead.
The PS-S 2015 Community Breakfast was a success! Thank you to all of our sponsors and attendees!
Project Self-Sufficiency Annual Breakfast Lauds Program's Successes
By Shelley Wildhalm
When Fort Collins resident Ashley Hood became a single parent, she was handed a piece of paper that changed her life and got her out of the cycle of poverty. See the full article here.
Local auto shop supports the PS-S Cars for Families Program
Please help us welcome Tracy Mead as our new Executive Director!