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In December 2013, Victory Programs was thrilled to receive our first unsolicited gift from the Wyss Foundation. The Wyss Foundation’s continued gift of unrestricted funds over the past five years has provided vital support for clients across our 19 health, housing, and prevention programs.
“The work Victory Programs does each and every day helps transform lives and the larger community. This is exactly the kind of work that inspires us here at the Wyss Foundation and we are excited to play a small part in ensuring their work can continue.” – Molly McUsic, President of the Wyss Foundation
For over four decades, Victory Programs has remained committed our founders’ original promise: “All people deserve treatment and care. We take everyone.” Although Victory Programs offers a wide range of services from operating New England’s largest community and resource center for people living with HIV/AIDS, to residential treatment for people in recovery, to family shelters, and even an urban farm, the guiding principle behind everything the organization does is the belief that no matter what the emerging issue is, everyone deserves support, treatment and care to help them overcome crisis.
The Wyss Foundation’s continued commitment is a recognition of the power of Victory Programs’ philosophy of care – individualized, person-driven services that meet people where they are, focus on strengths, and support people in establishing goals as they work to recovery from substance use disorders, homelessness, and/or chronic illnesses like HIV/AIDS. Ongoing funding from generous partners like the Wyss Foundation enables Victory Programs to open the doors to new opportunities and transform lives for nearly 2,500 individuals and families every year. Victory Programs is honored to continue growing our partnership with the Wyss Foundation in the future.Victory Blog. Bookmark the permalink. ← An Introduction to Human Papillomavirus ReVision Urban Farm: Kicking off the 2019 growing season! →
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