Charity & Nonprofit Help with Bills

By | November 21, 2015

Charity & Nonprofit Help with Bills. Are you looking for a charity and nonprofit help with housing, job development, family counseling and support and more? Three are many of the assistance programs that help, under-served communities in the US and abroad.

Without the generous support of these groups and individual volunteers, life would be unbearable for the homeless, elderly, disabled and poor.

I have highlighted organizations, that will be a tremendous help and support to you. These charities offer a host of programs from health, dental, clothing, food pantries, educational, elderly support, and so much more.

My hope is, you find the help you need until you no longer need it. Find out how to go back to school, start your own business, be a better parent and more.

alt="charity"These organizations do not just give you a handout. They give you a hand up and empower you to take control of your life and destiny if you choose. Take advantage of the help they provide to achieve, goals you may think impossible.

Find a Charity and Nonprofit Help with Bills

The Jewish Federation of North America

The Jewish Federation of North America works with other charities across America, to offer free services to communities. They provide services to anyone in need, regardless of religious affiliation.

They represent hundreds of Jewish Federations and community organizations and raised more than $ 3 billion a year for, social welfare and services, education pursuits.

Their goal is to strengthen people and communities. This nonprofit organization supports of Jews in the United States and worldwide. There three main life beliefs are, Tikkun Olam (repairing the World), Tzedakah (charity and social justice), Torah (Jewish learning).

Some of their programs are: Global aid, Non-sectarian, Adult education, Social needs programs, Empowerment and training, Services for at-risk children. Locate a Chapter – Jewish Federations of North America

The Assistance League

Assistance League is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting financially challenged families and individuals in the community locally. They have 120 chapters nationwide.

Services Provided:

  • Vision care
  • Food Banks
  • Thrift shops
  • Senior assistance
  • Health programs
  • Dental programs
  • Winter Coat Program
  • Cultural programs
  • Operation school Bell ( school clothes, supplies) and more

Assistance League does not offer financial help, but the benefits they do provide are invaluable! Call your local chapter, for a full list of services they provide.

*National Assistance League

Salvation Army Centers

The Salvation Army is a faith-based charity and non-profit, that has a location across the United State and around the world. Their purpose is to relieve the suffering of the poor and to give support to restore the individual and families back to self-sufficiency. The Salvation Army, is a Christian denominational and organization, providing assistance in the United State and throughout the world.

*For Help in your Area

United Methodist Church

alt="nonprofit"The United Methodist Church was established in the 19th century as a World Wide outreach, their focus is to help the poor, and growing the denomination. They help by:

  • Ministering to the poor through providing support to those in third world countries, suffering from HIV/Aids, Malaria, Tuberculosis.
  • Providing Food, shelter, and clothing
  • Extending hope, Christianity and church building.

If you are in need of assistance, with food, clothing or other issues: Contact the United Methodist Church.

The National Urban League

The National Urban League is a celebrate civil rights organization committed to the financial development of urban cities. This nonprofit began in 1910, in the city of New York and now has 95 affiliates in 35 states and in Washington, DC. The Urban League is a non-profit charity that promotes, jobs, education and housing opportunities in the inner cities of the United States. Their goal is to promote and encourage independence, by developing the whole person.

Their Programs Include:

  • Education
  • Mentoring
  • Internships
  • Loan program
  • Restorative justice
  • On-the-job training
  • Jobs for older adults
  • Youth Empowerment
  • Community Health Program
  • Encouraging Entrepreneurship
  • Development of young men and women

For more information Go Here

The United Red Cross

The American Red Cross like the Salvation Army has been around for well over 100 years. They are known for their blood drives and relief and Red Cross training on the job. The Red Cross heals the wounds of the suffering all over the world. Where there are fires, floods, and other disasters, they are one of the first charities on the scene.

They provide shelter, water, blanket’s food and counseling. They also clothing, life-saving medication, beds, and other items to help restore what has been lost. Find a Red Cross near you.

Volunteers of America

Volunteers of American was established in 1896 by Maude and Ballington Booth. Their mission is to reach the world with the message of God’s love. Their social gospel is an outreach to seniors, the disabled, veterans, youth, homeless and ex-offenders.

One of their outreaches helps families locate and acquire safe affordable housing for low and mid-income families. They also house homeless women, men and families, the disables and those with mental challenges. Click here.

19 thoughts on “Charity & Nonprofit Help with Bills

  1. Ashley bancroft

    Hello, I’ve been trying to find a charity to help me pay my bills. I am waiting for disability, dhs cash assistance and ssi. Not sure I’ll even get either and the process takes forever. I have exhausted all of my own resources from paying my bills …….

  2. Yoki Rudolph

    My light is off I need help in get them on I am a single mother my job close in April I just found work I work part time please help me.

  3. Free Financial Post author

    Hello, Yoki. Sorry you are without electricity. Please call United Way, they can give you a full list of organizations that help with utilities. Also, try Salvation Army, and Department of Social Services who give emergency assistance when you qualify financially. Good luck

  4. Jill Graham

    I need financial help. With my back rent and garbage bill.



  6. Free Financial Post author

    Hello Lee, please contact the United Way in your state for help. Also, consider emergency help from the DSS and the Salvation Army. Good luck.

  7. Sheena Love

    Hello my name is Sheneda Love I lost my job in May 2016 moved in with my daughter and I have a 10 year old I have to provide for my oldest daughter doesn’t want us here would like to know where can I get help with housing but I do have charges on my record back 16 years ago.

  8. Free Financial Post author

    Hello, Sheena. If you charges are not felonies, you should still be able to get help from DSS. Also contact HUD and United Way. They have connections with many of the resources programs. Tell them your situation and that you need a fresh start. Good luck Sheena.

  9. Mary

    Hi my name is mary I have stage 4 renal cancer and am currently taking chemo I also take care of my 5 grandkids from ages 6 to 16 I have recently moved back into my home with my grandkids we were all out of the home because daughter and son-law were on drugs and very violent they are now in Jail and we were trying to fix the house and get back on our feet when the water co. Turned off the water and have now presented me a bill estimate of over 1500.00 if you can give me any help it would be appreciated thank you

  10. Mercede

    I’m interested in continuing study in Australia but I’m too poor to pay the tuition fees,
    Please can you help me?

  11. Tynika Mckoy

    I work with the school system I am a ten month employee so for the two months I’m out of work until I go back to work this put me behind in bills I get paid once a month on sth on a set income I ne ned help please

  12. Free Financial Post author

    Hello, Tynika. I would suggest you contact the United Way by calling 2-1-1. There are many organization that will help you when you are behind in your bills. I don’t know any that will subsidize the two months you are not working. If you are late with your bills and are in danger of eviction or losing utilities, you can go to the DSS who helps with these issues even if you are not receiving government assistance.

  13. Free Financial Post author

    Hi, Jill. Please contact the agencies in the post, Local Church Charities If funding has run out contact the United Way by calling 2-1-1 for organization in you city that help with rent. Also consider the Department of Social Services for emergency help.

  14. Denise Huffman

    Hey my name is Denise and I am disable. I am need help paying my water bill and light bill . I fell and broke my hip and then I had to have my car fixed so I could get to ny Dr appt. I have ran out of place too apply to if my water is not paid by tomorrow 9/20/2016 it well be turned off . And I really need my water cause my two grandchildren live here.thank you for. Taking the Time to read my story.

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