Partnering to help people on low incomes

Sharon* is a married mother of two young boys. When Kildonan came into contact with Sharon, she and her sons had just left the family home after experiencing violence at the hands of her husband. Sharon was staying with friends and was at risk of homelessness when their  hospitality ran out. She was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and had no job; her only source of income was emergency relief. She and her children had often gone without food…

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