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ITS BACK!!! Our signature MOVE YOU FOR FREE!!! Program.

In the past we have relocated several dozens of single parents, seniors, students and more with out collecting a red cent. Over the next several years we will be planning to move dozens of more families free of charge! It's simple to register. Just fill out the form below including:

-phone (optional)
-city and zip

Also include in the message portion:
-total amount of bedrooms
-estimated moving date

& if any one in your household is a:
-single parents
-senior citizen
-foreclosure victim
-army spouses (support our troops )
-Disabled workers
-low income

and we will contact you if you are one of the winners of the MOVE YOU FOR FREE! Program. God bless.


*free move allowance varies in each city.(3 - 7hrs paid coverage)

DETROIT: Support the "LOVE AFFAIR" Event to help add to the CNAATP Scholarship Fund!

Support this event!

Here is a message from one of the representatives.

My Name is Melissa Johnson and I would like to introduce Community NETwork, (CNAATP), a 501c3 organization which is an Employee Resource Group of AT&T.  We would like to greet you by saying “Hello” and sharing some really important information with you.   2014 is here and the time is now for us to team with the community and local businesses as we strive to raise $15,000.00 for this year’s scholarship fund.  

Community NETwork’s membership is comprised of active and retired employees within the AT&T family of companies, seeking to accomplish the following objectives:

Assist worthy public organizations in our communities
Assist the under privileged in continuing education and employment opportunities                    
Assist employees of AT&T based upon their specific needs.

We are excited to announce that over the next few months we will be hosting a series of fundraising events which will include live music, professional networking, donation drives, and much, much more….  All proceeds from these fundraisers will go to the United Negro College Fund and the Robert Hurst Scholarship Fund; which awarded 10 recipients last year.  Our theme this year is “Creating a Brighter Future.”

Community NETwork would like to extend an opportunity to you, a leader in the community to support efforts and events.  We are currently requesting support through participation in events, sponsorships, advertisements, in-kind and monetary donations.  Reaching or exceeding our goal will allow us to increase the number of scholarships awarded to deserving aspiring students.

Your participation as a sponsor will enrich the lives of others in pursuit of higher education and ensure the 2014 fundraisers are memorable events. 

For additional information, please contact Melissa Johnson at 248-935-0491 or email  . For more information about our sponsorship packages or donations please feel free to contact me directly. We look forward to a rewarding relationship; together we have the ability to inspire our youth by scholarship! 

Please visit our website at

In Partnership
Melissa T. Johnson
Scholarship Vice President

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Thank you so much for your interest in our organization's innovative approach to ending homelessness. I'd love to hear about what particular interests you have, and I'm happy to provide you with a little more information on us. 

Our nonprofit, Community Solutions, which was founded in 2011, helps communities solve the complex problems facing their most vulnerable, hard hit members. A large part of our work addresses homelessness in direct or upstream ways. 

Homelessness in America is a public health emergency. The mortality rate for street homelessness is on par with some forms of cutting a person's lifespan by as much as 25 years. 

Our 100,000 Homes Campaign is a direct approach to ending homelessness. It's a national movement of over 230 communities across the nation that are working together to house 100,000 vulnerable and chronically homeless individuals and families by July 2014. The Campaign works with these communities to identify all of their homeless neighbors by name, track and measure their local housing placement progress, and adopt process improvements and evidence based-practices to improve their ability to house homeless people more quickly. 

To date, 100,000 Homes communities have housed more than 78,400 individuals and families!

As for our upstream approaches, we work in Northeast Hartford, CT and Brownsville, Brooklyn, NY to address many factors that can lead to homelessness and we work to prevent that from happening. 

In Brownsville, Brooklyn, our Brownsville Partnership works in one of the most impoverished neighborhoods in the country, which struggles with a high crime rate, low employment and poor health indicators. With our network of 27 local partners, we are concentrating existing resources and support around the vulnerable, hard-hit residents in Brownsville, while strengthening ties between this isolated neighborhood and the rest of the city so we can expand opportunities for all residents.  

We have prevented evictions, addressed mental health concerns, and worked to connect residents in Brownsville public housing to better primary health care and employment. This year. we are going to intensely focus on connecting residents to jobs, which will provide a foundation for economic revival in the neighborhood. 

In Northeast Hartford, where residents struggle with crime, lack of employment and extremely poor health indicators, we work with our network of partners to turn the neighborhood around. 

The neighborhood is the poorest area in one of America's poorest cities, despite Connecticut's place among the nation's wealthiest states. It is also among the least healthy. We aim to reduce unnecessary hospital utilization among residents by improving access to primary care and social supports among the neighborhood's least healthy residents. We have launched a neighborhood-based care coordination effort that focuses on the most frequent users of hospital services. And this year, we will hire and train local residents as community health workers.

When we reach the top 1 percent of frequent hospital users in the area, this is likely to save taxpayers nearly $10 million annually and improve the health and well being of these individuals, while creating good jobs for local residents.