December 2, 2016
Salah Foundation awards grant to Family Tree
Wheat Ridge, CO…Family Tree announced today that it has received a grant from The Salah Foundation to help us continue providing life-changing services designed to end child abuse, domestic violence, and homelessness.
Family Tree is the only non-profit organization in the Denver metro area working to address the interconnectedness among child abuse and neglect, domestic violence and homelessness. Within the last year, Family Tree provided services to nearly 26,000 people in the Denver metro area. Family Tree administers an array of direct services to those affected by these issues including: in-depth and comprehensive case management, emergency residential care, housing navigation services, education and employment counseling, crisis hotlines, along with ancillary support to assist clients in achieving and maintaining economic independence. Family Tree also operates both a domestic violence crisis line and homelessness hotline.
Family Tree CEO Scott Shields, stated “The Salah Foundation Grant will help enable Family Tree to continue providing services to those experiencing and overcoming domestic violence in our communities. Family Tree deeply appreciates The Salah Foundation’s generous gift.”
Family Tree, Inc. – For four decades, Family Tree has provided innovative, life-changing services designed to end child abuse and neglect, domestic violence and homelessness. As one of the only non-profit organization in the Denver metro area working to address the interconnectedness among these issues, Family Tree is changing how individuals, families and communities see, and overcome these challenges through various programs. For more information about Family Tree visit www.TheFamilyTree.org
The Salah Foundation is a private foundation by invitation only that supports non-profit organizations in the United States that strengthen families and communities and advances individuals to become productive and responsible citizens. There is a special interest in education, medical research, community development and self-sufficiency programs aimed at the economically disadvantaged, the young, the elderly and the disabled. For more information on the Salah Foundation visitwww.salahfoundation.org