Neediest Cases appeal raises nearly $80,000 for Chattanooga area residents in 2020 The annual appeal for the Times Free Press Neediest Cases Fund had one of its most successful years ever in 2020, with donations near $80,000 — nearly doubling a typical campaign year.
Neediest Cases helps Chattanooga area residents in crisis maintain financial stability When former Chattanooga Times publisher Adolph Ochs established the Neediest Cases Fund in 1914, he was inspired by a homeless man he met on the street on Christmas Day.
Neediest Cases Fund donations during holidays help Chattanooga families keep roofs over their heads For Family Promise coordinated entry case manager Kathleen Wright, the stories of all of the families who come seeking assistance will always be with her.
Neediest Cases Fund helps provide stability for Chattanooga area deaf residents Expressing a need can be difficult in hard times, especially when there is an existing communication barrier.
Neediest Cases helps Chattanooga woman with rental deposit after fire leaves her homeless When Chattanooga resident Stephanie Carson lost her rental home and everything she had in an electrical fire last November, she did not have renter's insurance.
Medical emergency leaves Rhea County family struggling to get by Started in 1914 by Chattanooga Times publisher Adolph Ochs, the annual Neediest Cases Fund provides help to people who need one-time assistance to become self-sufficient when unforeseen circumstances leave them unable to pay their bills.
Rhea County woman seeking funding from Neediest Cases after falling on hard times receives much more According to United Way of Rhea Director Christine Ralph, while people come to United Way in search of Neediest Cases funding, they many times leave with a one-time donation and supplementary resources to keep them going.
Neediest Cases Fund helps Rhea County woman keep apartment after heart attack When Dayton, Tennessee, residents come to United Way of Rhea County for help, it's often a last resort, case manager Christine Ralph said.
Neediest Cases fund brings light to Rhea County man For Rhea County, Tennessee, resident Charles Hancock Jr., the Times Free Press Neediest Cases Fund was a light during a difficult point in his life.
Chattanooga man needs help with warmth for the holidays Like many Chattanoogans, Jimmy Bernard Harris has been having a rough go of it since March.
Fate can change a life in an instant, and the Neediest Cases Fund helps those with nowhere else to turn The last conversation Jasmine Fuller had with her fiance was about her fear of thunder as she lay in bed next to him, trying to sleep.