“I’ve found a sense of purpose and appreciation. I feel like I’ve finally found a place where I belong at Resera. I see brighter days ahead already."
"Working at Resera is allowing me to provide a stable life for my daughter and give her a new beginning. I feel like I am showing my daughter how strong a woman can be."
“Learning these new skills has inspired me to be more successful in life, taking me and my kids further.”
“One of the things I love about Resera is that they care about my daughter, not just me. They care about humanity, not just work.”
“I was given the opportunity to work at Resera and love it. Working here is helping me save money so that I can eventually start my own nonprofit. I feel blessed.”
“I don’t know what’s ahead, but I just see something beautiful coming out of this. I have hope again, and that’s really a good feeling. Resera gave me a chance to be my better self again.”
“My motivation is stability for my sons. I’ve never had that before, and I want to set a better example for them. I feel like I’m moving towards my goals here. I’m happy."
“You would never think you would be homeless, but things happen. Good people can find themselves in a bad situation. I take a lot of pride in the jewelry and in this place. I am so eternally grateful for this.”
“I needed more for myself, but beyond that I needed to give my three boys more of what they deserve. I owe every ounce of my strength to them.”
“Resera has been one of the best things that’s ever happened to me. Before, I felt like I was sitting and wasn’t a participant in life. It gives me hope that my future is brighter and I can participate in life again.”
“It’s so fulfilling for me to have this opportunity, and I’m excited to pay it forward for other women living in hardship.”
"My motivation is definitely my daughter. I want the best life I can possibly give her, so getting housing was a dream come true. The future is bright for myself and my daughter with the help of Resera."
"With Resera, I feel free. I’m not out on the street struggling, I’ve got a place. That’s what ‘Resera’ means: you’re free."
“I found out that I’m more than a survivor; I’m an overcomer. And because I overcame, I’m able to help other people overcome.”