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Helping People in Need Since 1896
Helping People in Need Since 1896

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In 2008, Army Staff Sergeant Earl Granville was deployed for the third time to Afghanistan when a roadside bomb hit his vehicle.

While Granville has competed in a number of marathons using a hand bike, yesterday was the first time he raced without a bike. The way he finished the race has made an impact on those who saw it.

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2017 has brought new challenges for many families and individuals. As a result, requests for help have increased. Please help us continue to help those in need to rebuild their lives and reach their full potential. https://secure3.convio.net/voa/site/Donation2?df_id=15505&15505.donation=form1&mfc_pref=T&_ga=1.154629496.113045334.1491922458
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Volunteers of America of Illinois is committed to helping veterans overcome the barriers that stand between them and a stable, secure life.

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When your purpose is bigger than you, you have a calling.

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Witness how—with the steady support of people like Keneisha—Jesse, Jordan, Jayden and their dad are beating the odds and staying together. See their story.
- See more at: https://www.voa.org/storybooks/living-their-faith/chapter/2#sthash.sOxmefc2.dpuf

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It’s Women’s History Month, which means there’s no better time to not only celebrate women, but especially women in solidarity with other women.

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In 1896, Maud Booth co-founded Volunteers of America. We continue her incredible legacy to support and champion women! #WomensHistoryMonth
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Get inspired by profiles of our employees who are living their faith through service—and meet some of the veterans, seniors and struggling families whose lives they’ve transformed.

Read on or sign up, , for Living Their Faith updates to celebrate the victories that faithful service is making possible for our neighbors in need.

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Some heartwarming news - fireman Marc Hadden and his family adopted the baby girl, now named Gracie, he delivered on an emergency call.

“I was tasked with everything to do with Gracie (during her emergency delivery),” Hadden said. “I helped her take her first breath.” http://buff.ly/2lS7S9c

Our Volunteers of America, Greater New Orleans office knows the beauty of adoption. Since 1942, their Adoption Program has helped create thousands of loving families. http://buff.ly/2lS8ITr.

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