Philadelphia’s Sojourner House Expands Haven for Families of Domestic Violence with Support from Citizens Bank and Other Funding Partners
Sojourner House, a long-term housing facility for families of domestic violence located in Philadelphia, was at risk of shutting down due to the age of the buildings. After years of fundraising and garnering the support of numerous funding partners, Women Against Abuse, a leading domestic violence service provider, was successful in its quest to save Sojourner House by helping it undergo a dramatic renovation over the past year. At the same time, Women Against Abuse used the opportunity to construct a new three-unit apartment building on the existing footprint and expand housing capacity to help even more women escape abuse and guide them on the path toward self-sufficiency.
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