Mission: Credit Angel Foundation (CAF) is a non-profit, faith-based foundation that aides in the prevention of homelessness. CAF has been serving the Shreveport/Bossier area and surrounding communities for over
three years. Our founder, Mrs. Shunta Hall, has been fully self-funded with the help of loyal community
partners. As CAF has grown with more clients needing our services, so has our need for sponsorship! We provide assistance to those in need with eviction notices, utility deposits, utility bill assistance, and school uniforms. We host an annual coat drive for children and elders coordinated with other community businesses. Our most recent act of service in the community is providing a meal each Friday, to our friends at Hope Connections. Hope Connections, along with several agencies in the area send clients to us on a daily basis who are facing homelessness without assistance with these vital services. It can be heartbreaking to turn away a family that we can not offer aide to. Needless to say, Credit Angel Foundation offers many services to assist the growing needs in our community. In order for us to continue to provide these very vital housing and human service needs, we’re asking for your support.
We are requesting from you as a community partner, a financial commitment of either one-time or monthly. Additionally, your help in providing in-kind donations in goods or services to support our efforts,
to provide assistance to those we serve. ~Shunta Hall
Target demographics: provide assistance with disconnections, deposits, and provide coats to the elderly and youth.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 400 families, 30 agencies
Geographic areas served: The Shreveport Bossier Area
Programs: spiritual support group
free access to school uniforms
free access to school supplies
Feed the homeless(Thanksgiving )
Deliver coats to nursing home and children
I am blessed to be in the position with Credit Angel Foundation to watch hope to be restored to many of our clients on a weekly basis. I am so grateful for the vision of our founder Shunta Hall to help as many people as possible by being fully self funded for 3 years! Our latest efforts to not only assist clients with disconnections and utility assistance but we serve a meal every Friday to a local day shelter in hopes to meet clients who will need our services. Our heartbeat is to aide in the prevention of homelessness and to change our communities economic state one family at a time! It is through the generosity of supporters and partners in our community that we can continue to provide these vital services! Thank you all for your love and support!