Charlottesville nonprofit helps low-income families build their dreams with a little cash, a little knowhow and a lot of care

February 17, 2024 by The Daily Progress

Kamella Yelder wanted to hear three words: “I see you.”

Working full-time and raising four kids, ages 10, 8, 6 and 4, Yelder was stretched thin. She didn’t know how to balance it all: between her children’s homework, parent-teacher conferences and appointments and figuring out what direction she wanted to take her own career, maintaining her own grades in an entrepreneur class, getting her driver’s license reinstated and paying rent.

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