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Several Sources Shelters, Inc.

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Emergency Assistance, Family Services for Adolescent Parents, Homeless & Housing, Homeless Shelters, Human Services, Pregnancy Centers

Mission: Through God's Grace, we save babies lives and shelter their young mothers while providing education and ongoing compassionate support services including our Pregnancy Sonogram Center. We further educate young people to make healthy life choices. We also shelter women who are homeless, sick and elderly as we help them to restore their dignity.

Target demographics: pregnant women, mothers and babies, homeless women and needy families

Geographic areas served: New Jersey and nationwide through our 24x7 hotline

Programs: shelters for pregnant women, day shelter for homeless women in Newark NJ, crisis pregnancy center, and helping needy families with emergency funds and care packages

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Kathy has saved THOUSANDS of babies through her work at Several Sources Shelters. I had the privilege of meeting Kathy about 15 years ago and I've witnessed firsthand her passion, love, faith and joy working with pregnant women. Kathy has built an incredible team of passionate, capable and loving people who work side by side with her to mentor young mothers and give them a safe, loving, caring, home where they can continue their education and learn life skills that will assist them after giving birth and move out and become independent. Through the major motion picture "Gimme Shelter" (which is based on Kathy's firsthand experience at the shelter in Ramsey, NJ), viewers were able to witness just how passionate and committed Kathy is to every single mother who comes into her life. Kathy and her team at Several Sources Shelters work tirelessly to save babies not only in our state of NJ, but worldwide with their 800-helpline and website. The Shelter is a great model of love, compassion and perseverance and our community is better because of the work they do.