Category Archives: General Assistance Programs

General assistance programs and benefits.

Community Voice Mail Help Homeless Stay Connected

Community Voice Mail,  is a national non-profit organization, which began in Seattle in 1991, and sponsored by Springwire.   The program is not is all U.S. states, but is spreading rapidly along with the concept of relieving poverty through technology. CVM offers homeless a means to communicate, leave and  receive messages from family, job opportunities, or medical professional.  Many… Read More »

Free Christmas Toys for your Kids

Need free toys for Christmas?  Many struggling families can not afford to buy Christmas toys for their children. There are Christmas programs that give away free toys to low-income families. If you are a single Mom looking for assistance,  you will be happy to know there are generous charitable organizations that can help.   Agencies  like Toys for Tots, Angel Tree,… Read More »

Low Income Internet $9.99 Month

Now you can get low income internet for $9.99 from Comcast, Charter, Cox Communication and many other communications companies.  High-speed cheap Internet service, is a tremendous help to families, especially those with children.   The Lifeline phone program no includes high-speed internet as well as discounted high-speed internet to low-income consumers.   There are many people in American who cannot afford the $50… Read More »

Federal Poverty Guidelines – Free Government Phones

The Federal Poverty Guidelines, determine if you qualify for a free government cell phone.  In today’s economy, more people are living at, or below the federal poverty level. More than 75% of low-income families have at least one family member working full-time.  Many employers don’t pay a living wage, and  people  working 40 hours or more, still live in poverty.… Read More »