Videos from The Doe Fund
History of the Doe Fund
Traveling back to the 1980's in New York City, where the streets were filled with homeless people, and The Doe Fund was starting up.
Ready, Willing & Able trainees compare and contrast their life before and during The Doe Fund.
The Doe Fund talks about what encouraged them to help new veterans coming back home from recent wars.
Breaking down the 9 month Ready, Willing & Able program, and how it can lead to permanent employment with The Doe Fund partners.
A city in recession has lead to a rise in homelessness. With increased housing costs and few employment opportunities, may have found themselves on the streets with no options to rebuild.
In memory of a young homeless woman who lost her life to suicide, The Doe Fund was created to help the displaced, individuals with criminal records, and recovering addicts with education and training, employment, counseling and programs they need to transition back into a life of security and independence.
With job placement services and paid training, The Doe Fund also provides affordable housing as well as support for those suffering from chronic illness and/or substance abuse.