Way Finders Secures $23M In Final Funding For Library Commons In Holyoke
Way Finders will break ground Oct. 24 on Library Commons — 38 affordable, multifamily housing units in the Chestnut Street neighborhood.
Residential Health Advocate - Karon Tyler
Karon Tyler, 72, says she’s shy but her activism speaks to the contrary.
The MassMutual Foundation Provides Way Finders with $1.5 Million in Support of Capital Campaign
The MassMutual Foundation, Inc. – a dedicated corporate foundation established by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) – today announced it is giving Way Finders $1.5 million to help fund the organization’s new Housing Center that is currently being constructed in Springfield.
Senior Health and Leadership in Springfield
Whether taking a vigorous chair aerobics class or walking through the Old Hill neighborhood, a group of seniors from Springfield are becoming healthier and transforming their community in the process.
Community Gardens at Way Finders Properties
The spring and summer seasons of 2018 will be remembered as times of abundance by the families living at Butternut Farm in Amherst. As part of our ongoing Resident Engagement Initiative, which began in 2017, we learned that the most successful way to manage a property requires open communication and teamwork with our residents.
Ivan Felix Creates a Path to a Successful Future
Ivan Felix is a 31-year-old Section 8 participant from Puerto Rico who enrolled in our Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) program in 2016. When he joined the program he was struggling with keeping a job and managing his finances. He couldn't picture himself with a successful future. He had no high school education, income, credit, transportation, health insurance, or support.
Way Finders launches SNO Mass Program
Way Finders is launching a new Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) economic mobility program called Supporting Neighhood Opportunity is Massachusetts (SNO Mass)
Claudia Brito Finds a Job that Fits
Claudia is a single mother of two children who struggled to find a stable job that paid the bills AND left time to take care for her family. In 2018 she received stabilization funds to move from shelter into her own apartment. During this time she was working part-time as a Certified Nursing Assistant, however, the stabilization funds and her part-time wages were not enough to sustain her apartment and family long term – she knew she needed a full-time job.
Joseph Torro came to Way Finders in 2018 when his family’s apartment flooded. Joe, his wife, and his daughter were place in a Way Finders Residential Resource Center, where they lived for 3 months.