Our Community Impact
Serving women in Arlington, Bartlett, Cordova, Collierville, Germantown, and Lakeland.
90% of women who left an abusive relationship felt empowered and supported to end the cycle of abuse.
Over 150 women and children received support including those who received assistance in meeting basic needs, such as childcare, food, housing, utilities, and transportation in the past three years.
41% of women in our A.I.M. Program reentered the job market or increased their current income through job readiness coaching and one-on-one mentoring.
20% of program graduates serve at various levels in our organization and in the community.
100% of clients served, receive assistance, regardless of their ability, age, economic background, nationality, race, or religion.
Join our cause. Help victims become survivors.
Women who leave abusive relationships may need resources like furniture, items for infants, and hygiene products to transition into independent living. Here are some ways you can join us and help meet the needs of women in the communities we serve.
Make a one-time or recurring monetary gift through our secure giving portal
Designate a monetary gift to help fund a night in an emergency shelter or a bi-weekly meal for a mom and her children
Make an in-kind donation of items needed in our donation center
Donate furniture or other household items to be used by women transitioning to independent living
What our Clients Say
I was so happy when you helped me get a job. I cried, because now, I can take care of my children. Thank you for believing in me.
The support group is great. My son is involved, too and that's a win for us. I feel like we are getting our lives back on track.
Thank you so much for your help and support. You guys are like angels in my life!
There was a point where I gave up and was angry with God. I'm more open to giving it another chance.