It’s the season of giving and our supporters have not disappointed! Giving Tuesday saw us receive an amazing total of $227,100! The day kicked off with an incredible $10,000 donation from Women Who Give a Hoot Raleigh, which promoted others to donate. This included long-time donors, Dean and Sesha Debnam of Workplace Options, who made an overwhelmingly generous… Read more »
Triangle Family Services (TFS) recently brought our “brand of services” to an innovative Hotel 2 Housing project, utilizing CARES Act funding in partnership with Wake County. In the midst of COVID-19, TFS collaborated with about 25 agencies to create a one-stop shop for wrap-around services leading to supportive housing. In under five months, 130 chronically… Read more »
Triangle Family Services (TFS) has recently received notification of our standing as a BBB Accredited Charity. This means that our organization meets all 20 rigorous standards for charity accountability and is publicly listed in the BBB database. To see our listing, click here.
(Salisbury, NC) – The SearStone/Lutheran Services Carolinas Community Benefit Committee has announced Wake County area grant awards of $290,500, benefiting 12 organizations. The awards bring the total for calendar year 2017 to more than half a million dollars. Award recipients include the following: Transitions LifeCare, Raleigh, $60,000; Meals on Wheels Wake County, Raleigh, $55,000;… Read more »
Ritch was court-ordered to attend Triangle Family Services’ DOSE classes after physical abuse charges. He quickly learned that physical abuse led to the charges, but it was nothing in comparison to the mental/emotional abuse that had been inflicted. Ritch learned that he is the only person who can control his actions and emotions – and… Read more »
Raleigh, NC: Triangle Family Services has received a $270,000 3-year grant from The Duke Endowment to fund expanded mental health services for local families. The Endowment grant will be used to address the immediate pipeline of referred clients and their direct family members through the addition of two trained licensed clinical therapists serving TFS… Read more »
Everyone is vulnerable to financial scams, but seniors and retirees are especially targeted. The sad truth is that as we grow older and build our financial portfolios through income, steady savings, and investments, we become a target for fraudsters. Almost one of five Americans over the age of 65 – nearly seven million seniors –… Read more »
A recent survey by Fidelity Investments revealed that more than a third of Americans intend to make a financial resolution for 2017. The key to success is having access to the right tools for the job, and using them to reach achievable goals. Here’s some advice to help make those first steps toward a financial… Read more »