Success Story: Words from an Aurora Case Manager
A client applied with Aurora in March for rental assistance to prevent her eviction after having lost her job when she refused to work while Covid positive, with active symptoms. The client is the head of the household, in a multi-generational minority family. She lives with her two college-age daughters, who are both full-time college students, and her toddler granddaughter. After losing her job, the client got behind on rent and was facing eviction for her family of four. Aurora was able to assist her through the ESG Covid assistance through the city of Evansville. Aurora was able to take care of a significant portion of expenses, giving this family a chance to stabilize with the new employment the client has recently found, ultimately preventing this family from becoming homeless and having to seek emergency housing through a local family shelter. Not only did it prevent the eminent eviction, but also helped this multi-generational family to stay together in the hopes the client’s two daughters can finish their college education and build a better future for themselves and their community without experiencing homelessness.
Susan was March’s employee of the month! She has worked diligently with Aurora since 2003, and is currently a case manager for Aurora’s Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness Team (PATH). Susan is a genuine role-model for our team. She encompasses continuous dedication to her work as a case manager, and inspires those around her with her kindness and willingness to work every day with our community’s most vulnerable. We are so thankful for Susan. If you see her around the office or around town, thank her for all her hard work!
April is Diversity Month! Aurora is celebrating diversity by asking for specific donation requests:
- Ethnic hair products
- Silk head caps
- Travel Size Lotions (New
In addition, we always need:
- Bug Spray
April 29th, 2022
Aurora’s Murder Mystery Dinner is back! This thrilling fundraiser will benefit all of Aurora’s programs, helping house those most vulnerable in the Evansville Community.
June 24th, 2022
Aurora’s 15th Annual Trivia Tonight Event will take place at Bally’s Riverfront Events Plaza. The purpose of this fundraiser is to support Aurora’s many programs that help house those experiencing homelessness in the Evansville Community.
August 19th, 2022
Aurora’s annual Golf Scramble hosted by IBEW Local 16 & NECA is a fun summer event that raises money in support of Aurora’s mission: creating solutions to prevent and end homelessness in our community.