Watch John Le’s story on WLOS about Key Common, Homeward Bound’s newest endeavour into becoming property owners. “Our first foray into owning our own property,” explained Executive Director Meredith Switzer. Watch the video for interviews with...
Homeward Bound staff member Erin recently transitioned into a new role as liaison between Buncombe County Library staff and the homeless community accessing the library. The County approached Homeward Bound because they had so many homeless individuals spending time...
Asheville City Council approved a $530,000 loan agreement for Homeward Bound in July. The funds will be used to purchase and refurbish a one-acre property at 296 Short Michigan Avenue that has five structures, currently containing 8 one-bedroom apartment units, and 3...
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Until further notice, please contact Claire at 828-417-4657 or email@example.com regarding donations or other questions. Donations can also be mailed to PO Box 1166, Asheville, NC 28802.
Homeward Bound is excited to announce the first Pop-Up Thrift Store at the Welcome Home Donation Center, October 3, 2020 from 8AM - 1PM.
All proceeds from the Pop-Up Thrift Store will go towards funding our consumables program which supplies basic necessities for our housed clients.