AEPP is a new program that helps Alexandria residents with eviction concerns and financial resources. Danien Johnson, ALIVE! House Director, interviewed. Watch the video and get the full article from WDMV.
New Partnership Helps Alexandria Residents Facing Eviction. The Alexandria Eviction Prevention Partnership (AEPP) is a new, collaborative effort combining the strength of four localorganizations who are dedicated to serving the marginalized communities of Alexandria. Read the full article from the Alexandria Gazette.
Shlagel Farms, a longtime vendor at the Del Ray Farmers’ Market, offered Giving Boxes full of fresh produce. For each box sold, the farm donated $10 to ALIVE and owners, Russell and Eileen Shlagel, matched each donation. With more than 50 boxes sold, the donation for ALIVE! topped $1,000. Read the full article from the Zebra.
The Alexandria Eviction Prevention Program (AEPP) is a new resource led by women at area nonprofits to help residents with eviction concerns. AEPP received over 200 requests in the first week of starting. Read the full article from the Zebra.“We are often educating people and landlords about the moratorium as many are unaware and helping people who face literacy and [...]