Phillips Charitable Organizations Help Single Mother Avoid Eviction

PCO, founded by Infor CEO Charles Phillips, has helped Jenice Bailey with a grant to stay in her home and continue her education.

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Dundalk, MD (PRWEB) October 18, 2012

Phillips Charitable Organizations, or PCO, has helped a single mother in Dundalk, MD avoid eviction while she continues her education. PCO aims to help single-parents who are struggling to make ends meet during tough economic times.

Jenice Bailey is a single-parent in Dundalk, MD to three children. While attending school to attain a degree in psychology, she had to take a second job in order to make ends meet. However, when she was unable to work overtime at her second job, she found herself falling behind on her bill payments. She found herself facing eviction as well as a suspension on her car insurance. Additionally, Bailey had recently lost her mother, which took a severe toll on Bailey’s family.

However, after reaching out to PCO, Bailey was awarded a grant to keep her family from getting evicted. PCO hopes the grant offers an element of relief to the Bailey family as they are no longer living with the threat of having to vacate their residence.

One of PCO’s main constituencies includes single-parents who are struggling to make ends meet. PCO aims to deliver assistance to those in need as quickly as possible, oftentimes within 48 hours to help people avoid eviction or other serious consequences. For more information on Phillips Charitable or to find out how to donate, please visit PhillipsCharitable.org.


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