Giving Back Tuesday with Haven of Grace
educational programs and long-term support for mother and child with programs for up to 13 years!
Together, they're breaking the cycle of homelessness, poor health, dependency and child and adult abuse.
You can learn more by checking out our interview with them here.
And today, we'll be donating 1 item for every 1 item sold to the Haven of Grace.
Started in 1986, Haven of Grace started as a single home shelter for young pregnant women. Over 20 years later,
they now have Quadrangle apartments - an eight unit transitional apartment complex for graduates of the program
who need time to establish themselves in the community. See the growth here.
women for grace
Women for Grace believe that all women and children deserve to feel worthy and important and have the best lives possible.
Women for Grace bring their provisions, time, talent, and comfort to support young mothers at The Haven of Grace.
The Women of Grace provide welcome baskets for all expecting mothers, host baby showers, throw birthday parties
and show love and recognition for every mother.
true community effort
The majority of The Haven’s funding comes from directly from the community. Unlike many shelters, individual donations,
not public funding sustains them. As a community-funded residence, The Haven can give young mothers the time they need
to recover from homelessness and gain the knowledge, skills and resources they need to provide for the needs of their new family.
Learn more here.
a plan for progress
The Haven of Grace fills a need in the community to help women who are pregnant and homeless by providing a place
to live, educational programs, and long-term support to break the chain of generational poverty.
Starting with The Haven - a 1 year program that provides shelter support, therapy, education and life skills. Mothers then graduate
to the Quad in their 2nd or 3rd year where they learn financial responsibility and have space to develop their goals with independent
living. The Haven Difference is the long term plan for progress where eligible moms can qualify for a 10 year program that
helps the mother maintain progress and growth.
Learn more about their programs here.