Kyneisha was first referred to Friends In Deed from Elizabeth House where she had spent time as a soon-to-be mother. After having her baby boy and graduating their program, Kyneisha moved out to Monrovia and began working a steady job at a local hardware store.
By this point she was no longer getting any financial assistance from Elizabeth House, but was continuing to get help in the form of case management. So, when she began to struggle due to a rent increase, her case worker referred her to Friends In Deed. Using unrestricted funding generously provided by private donors, Friends In Deed was able to help Kyneisha and her son get back on track. She says it helped a lot, and she is “forever grateful.”