Policy Research Associates, Inc. (PRA) is proud to announce that it is partnering again with Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless (IPH) in this year’s Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York’s Adopt-A-Program. PRA’s donation match will support IPH’s efforts in serving individuals and families experiencing or at risk of homelessness in the Capital Region.

PRA will match funds donated in IPH’s name through the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York from September 30 to October 12, 2019, dollar for dollar up to $2,500. To double the impact of your donation, visit the Regional Foodbank of Northeastern New York’s Standard Donation Form and enter IPH 188ES under the Adopt-A-Program section to complete your donation. After following these steps and completing your transaction, funds will be added to IPH’s account.

IPH purchases food from the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York to serve more than 60,000 meals to its clients each year. The Adopt-A-Program stretches the food-buying power of IPH—for every $1 contributed to the Regional Food Bank Adopt-A-Program in IPH’s name, IPH will receive $10 worth of food to serve its guests.

PRA is proud to carry on the tradition of partnering with IPH during this year’s Food Bank Adopt-A-Program and to continue PRA and IPH’s strong, longstanding relationship. “IPH makes an incredible difference in the lives of its guests. We are very pleased to partner with IPH for the third time, and I hope our match will encourage folks to contribute to those in need,” PRA President Pam Robbins said.

Donate to the Food Fund! Be sure to select Adopt-A-Program and add IPH 188ES.

About Policy Research Associates, Inc.

Policy Research Associates, Inc. (PRA) is a Women-Owned Small Business that is a national leader in behavioral health and research. We offer four core services that help individuals with behavioral health needs achieve recovery. In partnership with our sister non-profit, Policy Research, Inc., we offer policy, research, technical assistance, and training services, primarily in the content areas of behavioral health; homelessness; benefit access; criminal justice; juvenile justice; service members, Veterans, and their families; recovery support; consumers and family members; systems mapping; trauma; wellness; and education.

About Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless

Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless addresses the needs of the homeless and low-income community by providing a continuum of services to encourage self-sufficiency, empowerment, and stability. Major programs include the Emergency Shelter, the Sheridan Hollow Drop-In Center, the Housing Program, the Health and Wellness Program, and the Summer Youth Program. IPH is also finalizing construction on five apartments that home chronically homeless individuals living with a disability.