This is why we exist.
Our center will be the hub of all the For Her programs, where we provide meals, small group gatherings, workshops on vocational and relational health, and so much more.
Most importantly, this space will be a safe place where at-risk women and youth can always come to rest, build community, and access the resources they need to move beyond trauma and transform their lives.
Will you help us make our new community center feel like home? Every dollar counts!
A cozy couch for our clients to connect and share a cup of coffee
The centerpiece of our community living space and a sturdy catchall for coffee mugs
A cozy spot for our clients to catch up with their advocate or curl up with a book or laptop
2 lounge chairs at $224 each
Comfortable seating for our clients during engaging workshops and shared meals. We need 24 chairs.
$217 for a set of 4
A place to house our resources and books to help our clients grow.
The anchor of our multipurpose classroom and dining room, these tables provide space for clients to learn and indulge in good food and good conversation
8 classroom tables at $69 each
Utensils, plates, bowls, glasses, coffee mugs, pitchers, and more needed to stock our kitchen so we're ready to host
Kitchen items and sets starting at $30
A place to keep refreshments, food, and beverages for individual clients and group gatherings.
A throw blanket, soft pillows, plants, and artwork that inspires to make our space feel safe and inviting
Items starting at $30 each
- For marginalized youth and women between the ages of 18 to 40
- For survivors of sexual exploitation and human trafficking
- For the greater community, where we will equip and educate to better serve marginalized women
- Her Table - Monthly dinner that serves as an access point to services and support
- Her Circle - Biweekly small groups that meet for encouragement and accountability
- Forward - 12-month intensive wrap-around coaching and individual advocacy to overcome barriers
- Practical and engaging workshops with topics ranging from budgeting to healthy relationships
- Community education - Giving people the language to talk about issues and tools to dismantle damaging frameworks that protect abusers and discredit survivors