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Hope for Women,
Hope for the World.
We believe that every woman and girl should be treated with basic humanity and dignity, regardless of their circumstances or barriers.
We believe in creating long-term partnerships with businesses, agencies and other nonprofit organizations rather than transactional relationships.
We believe in doing the work outside of our own space and serving our community in tangible ways.
We believe that everyone who serves should serve with an eager heart to see our mission grow and make an impact.
Be part of a change
you want to see in the world.
We provide hope, essentials, and education to women and girls
in the Triangle area, regardless of the circumstances of life.
Our Framework for Everyday Essentials
+ Bar Soap
+ Body wash
+ Hand sanitizer
+ Feminine Cleansing Wipes
OUR PATHWAYS OF SUPPORT
Pathway A - Outreach
Pathway A provides a 30-day supply of everyday essentials based on circumstances that warrant an emergency response or crisis to participants through community outreach efforts.
Pathway B - Referrals
Pathway B provides a 45-day supply of everyday essentials based on individual referrals through our Agency Partners. Referrals are completed through case managers and social workers through our Agency Partners.
Pathway C - Family Appointments (2024)
Pathway C provides a 90-day supply of everyday essentials based on participants who need long-term accessibility and case management needs.
HOW CAN I BECOME A PARTNER?
Agency Partner Qualifications Requirements
Our nonprofit organization defines transition as any woman or girl experiencing homelessness to any degree. Examples include women and girls housed in shelters, residential programs, campgrounds, unaccompanied youth, or doubled-up families. Crisis examples include women and girls experiencing an emergency foster care placement, domestic violence, or being impacted by a natural disaster. This is not an exhaustive list of criteria.
Must support and serve women or girls experiencing crisis or transition in The Triangle.
Must have a social worker, case manager, or outreach worker supporting participants.
Must be providing case management services to women and girls for wraparound supports.