The event will be held this year on Thursday, June 11th in Old Prairie Town at Ward Meade Park; A Housewarming Hoe-Down! Old Prairie Town and gardens of Ward Meade will once again prove to be a fitting setting for an annual celebration of the mission of Cornerstone of...Read More
September 18th, 2014 was a special day for Cornerstone of Topeka We broke ground on our next new homes project! Mayor Wolgast even assisted us with a golden shovel. These three new three bedroom homes will be built on previously undeveloped land on SW Mission one block behind...Read More
On Saturday September 6th! Our friends at Federal Home Loan Bank did a fantastic job mulching, power washing, deck cleaning, tree and bush trimming at our Transitional Housing homes in the 500 Block of SW Fillmore! FHLB has been a wonderful partner to Cornerstone of Topeka. Not...Read More
Cornerstone of Topeka dedicates twenty of its housing units to the homeless population.
Sixty-percent of those residents are children.
Cornerstone of Topeka serves the working poor.
Eighty percent of our tenants receive no rent subsidy.
Of our 156 households, 40% are singles, 36% are single parents with kids, 12% are two parents with kids, and 12% are couples without children.