Michael Couldn’t Stand Shelters Michael left his parents’ house after they had a falling out at age 17 and started sleeping on friends’ couches. “I didn’t know anything about being homeless,” he said. The area provider gave the support that Michael needed on a...
About the Author, Kathy Izard Kathy Izard was a graphic designer, wife, mother of four daughters and volunteer at Charlotte’s Urban Ministry Center when an unlikely meeting with formerly homeless author. Denver Moore, changed the course of her life....
Malaprop’s Bookstore hosted a book launch and signing for Stay, Bobbie Pyron’s new book, on August 13th in conjunction with Homeward Bound, soliciting gently used clothing and household items, as well as pet food and supplies to support animal companions whose...
“No one left outside” describes our commitment to finding a housing solution for every person experiencing homelessness, starting with people who have been chronically homeless and benefit from added support. Our Woodfin Apartment project began in April...
Mary Jo Powers, Executive Director Every year for 24 hours on the last Wednesday in January, nonprofit and community leaders fan out across the state to conduct a “point-in-time count” of our neighbors experiencing homelessness. This happens in shelters, transitional...
DEPCOM Power recently made a leadership gift to our AHOPE Day Center to facilitate essential repairs that started on Saturday, June 11. AHOPE serves 200 people a day and over 3,000 annually, providing showers, coffee, snacks, storage, and mail reception. Most...
Homeward Bound of WNC utilizes both public and private funding in order to provide services to our community. If you'd like to be part of the solution, please click the link below to donate today!
Folks living outside are facing an unprecedented winter with limited shelter options due to COVID-19. Please donate gently-used winter gear such as socks, coats, hats, gloves, etc. at our Welcome Home Donation Center at 205 Elk Park Drive in Woodfin.
Items can also be purchased from our Amazon wishlist at bit.ly/ahopewishlist or from our Target registry at tgt.gifts/ahopedaycenter
Thank you so much for your continued support!!
Staff from the Deerfield Community donated furniture, bedding, and more to the Welcome Home Donation Center yesterday. Thank you, Deerfield!
Looking to donate some old furniture, or home goods? Bring your items to the Welcome Home Donation Center at 205 Elk Park Drive in Woodfin or call us at 828-412-5322 to discuss pick-up options.
Don't forget about Homeward Bound's first Pop-Up Thrift Store, tomorrow from 8AM - 1PM. Stop by to find art, nick-nacks, and more for your home. All proceeds from your purchases will go towards our consumables program!
Visit our event page on Facebook to learn more! https://fb.me/e/6gTXE0Oy1
The AHOPE Day Center is in need of basic necessities like underwear (men and women's, all sizes), socks, hats, and gloves. Donations can be made at our Welcome Home Donation Center -- 24/7 drop off bins are provided for your convenience.
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