Recently, People Helping People was recognized in a national report by The Philanthropic Collaborative. The report summarizes the positive impact foundations and nonprofits support have on local economies.
According to the report, 81 percent of program's graduates report they are self-sufficient.
"What we try to do is benefit everyone," Cardona said. "Our clients benefit. Their children benefit. Our volunteers benefit. The companies benefit from the training our clients receive."
Single mothers job fair tonight
People Helping People will provide single mothers an opportunity to meet with nearly 50 private and public sector employers and community resource agencies.
When: Today from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Where: LDS Church Offices, 3740 Market Center Drive, Riverton
To register: At the door or go to www.ldsjobs.org
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