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Better Tomorrows provides case management and social services to over 26,000 youth, adults and seniors in affordable housing communities across the United States each year
Better Tomorrows hosted the 10th Annual National Spelling Bee at Jackie's Garden in Philadelphia, PA
Supporting our senior residents through the Senior Social Connectedness Program in partnership with AmeriCorps PennSERVE
Better Tomorrows National Staff participated in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service at Girard College
Better Tomorrows will receive $2 million in funding from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to support case management, service coordination, community strengthening and advocacy for residents of the Branch Village public housing community and the surrounding neighborhood in the Centerville section of Camden, NJ. This funding is part of a $13.246 million, 5-year Choice Neighborhoods Initiative grant to the City of Camden.
Better Tomorrows supports Healthy Lifestyles and Community Strengthening through urban garden programs and nutrition education.
Seniors take part in a community activity with our Social Service Coordinator
Celebrating Black History Month: The Legacy of Jackie Jones
To read Jackie's story, see the article below.
John Gajweski, a resident at Park Plaza Apartments in Tuckerton, NJ, not only has a fascinating story, but a connection to a major motion picture starring Tom Hanks! To learn more, see the full story below.
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Better Tomorrows healthy lifestyles programming encourages participants to be active, eat healthy...
Â Better Tomorrows educational programming provides enhanced academic support to students, in...
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Better Tomorrows serves 18,000 youth across the country. From out of school time programs to summer enrichment, Better Tomorrows programs help youth realize their potential.
Adults living in communities served by Better Tomorrows are supported by programming and one-to-one case management. currently Better Tomorrows serves over 13,500 adult across the country.
"Aging in place" is a goal of Better Tomorrows senior programming and case management. By tailoring case management and programs to acheive this outcome, Better Tomorrows case help older populations live happily and independantly well into their older years. Better Tomorrows serves 10,000 seniors across the country.
At first glance, John Gajweski, a resident of Better Tomorrowsâ Park Plaza community in Tuckerton,...
In 1989, the foundation for Better Tomorrows was laid when affordable housing manager, Jackie...