“There was a lot of technical training packed into this program, but these moms are such hard workers. They weren’t afraid of physical labor and are so motivated to be independent and support their families on their own. Many had felt stuck in their wages before Climb and are now making $18-21 an hour. This means not having to exist paycheck to paycheck, and one mom has a savings account for the first time. This change affects the whole family as kids see their moms working hard and then push themselves to step up, set goals, and excel, too.”

— Misty Savage, Cheyenne Program Director

“There were days that were mentally and physically exhausting, and we still showed up. With all that life threw at us, we were never defeated, we put one foot in front of the other and climbed on because we could see the light at the end of the tunnel.”

— Christy, Program Participant

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