News from HOME

Sister Mary Scullion
Though we know the pandemic is far from over, it’s not too early to start gleaning lessons from this trying episode in our society and our world.
When COVID-19 first arrived at the doors of Project HOME last March, we had no clue in what way our lives or work would change, perhaps forever.
Jacob and Alexandra Cohen, owners of Kismet Bagels, have been giving to Project HOME since they began their new business venture: making bagels to pass the time during lockdown. Photo courtesy of Jacob and Alexandra Cohen
Kneads for the Cause Wharton MBA student Ben Berman had some pizza dough, a love of cooking, a big heart, and a business mindset. It turns out that’s...
(From left to right) Mila Acosta-Morales, Maddie Seipp, and Jordyn Fuges, students at Central Bucks High School West in Doylestown dropping of their books in front of Project HOME’s resale store at 1523 Fairmount Avenue. PHOTO CREDIT: Julie Thomas
"We found Project HOME online, we really like what they stand for, and we’re donating these books through the Project HOME Books initiative. We held a...
Members of the Project HOME community gather in front of tables full of boxes packed with turkeys and fixings for Thanksgiving. They help their neighbors load up and get their boxes home safely.

Spirit of Generosity

Late in the afternoon of Project HOME’s annual Thanksgiving meal distribution at the Helen Brown Community Center supported by the Young President's...

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