RHLS is Looking for a Fundraising & Communications Intern!


RHLS is looking for a Fundraising & Communications intern at our Glenside Office. This internship is a fantastic opportunity for an undergraduate or graduate student interested in learning about nonprofit fundraising, marketing, and administration.

Send a cover letter, resume, and your availability to agenevitz@rhls.org by September 14th for consideration.

Click below to view the full volunteer job description.

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Evicted for Calling 911? How Advocates Can Fight Back.

A domestic violence survivor comes to you with an eviction notice. The reason? Multiple 911 calls. In other words, the survivor suffered abuse at home and called for help. How do you make sure they aren’t improperly evicted?

If your client lives in a Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) property, there are protections under the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), but enforcement isn’t always automatic. This post teaches you: 1) how to identify LIHTC units; 2) the VAWA rights for persons in LIHTC units; and 3) first steps to take if you are seeing a systemic problem. Continue reading “Evicted for Calling 911? How Advocates Can Fight Back.”