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A monthly gift allows you to spread the financial impact of your giving across the entire year, lessening a one-time drain on your resources. Also, recurring gifts help Homeward Bound as we can more accurately predict income in advance, which helps with longer range budgeting and decision-making.

Volunteer

Come volunteer with us! We offer service experiences for individuals, faith communities, businesses, and schools and youth groups. Volunteers help us end homelessness in our region by helping provide much-needed services to people transitioning into a home.

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Your clean and gently used household items can help others experience the comforts of home. Your donations go directly to women, men, and children moving in to new homes or are used at our Day Center. Donation receipts are available upon request.

Keep informed with our progress by visiting our News webpage. We envision a day when the poor and vulnerable among us will no longer be ignored but treated with compassion and decency.

Sarah and Cindy

A Conversation with Sarah and Cindy Cindy and Sarah are a great example of the journey we take together when a case manager supports someone experiencing homelessness to move into a new home and stay in housing. A big thanks to Amplified Media for their...

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Homeless No More

Homeless No More "We loved helping Michele move into her new home. I can't wait to do this again for someone else." Shannon Paris and her coworkers at Keller Williams helped end homelessness for a neighbor earlier this month. They collected furniture and home goods,...

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Harry

Our Success Stories - Harry Last year Harry moved from a shelter to his own home through his work with us. We interviewed him to understand what the experience was like and what’s happening in his life now. “A year ago, during the winter months, around January and...

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Carolyn

Our Success Stories - Carolyn After living on the streets for three decades, Carolyn (left, pictured with her case manager Amanda) rang in the New Year in her very own home. For the first few weeks after moving in, she didn’t unpack, fearing that she wouldn’t be there...

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Veteran’s Day Story

Nationwide, 11% of people experiencing homelessness have served in the military, in Asheville, it's 43%.  A big issue like this calls for a big solution. That’s why today, on Veteran’s Day, we are highlighting a veteran who successfully transitioned from...

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No One Left Outside

"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 2016 and has...

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Homeward Bound of WNC

Homeward Bound of WNC ends homelessness by moving people into permanent housing, and providing the support they need. 89% of the people we've moved into housing are still housed. We receive public and private funding to do our work. If you'd like to be part of the solution, please visit our website and donate today! http://www.homewardboundwnc.org/donate
Homeward Bound of WNC
Homeward Bound of WNC
Asbury United Methodist Church, St Eugene Catholic Church, and St. Paul's United Methodist Church just partnered to provide a week of shelter, love, and care to the women in our Room in the Inn shelter to home program. We appreciate you!
Homeward Bound of WNC
Homeward Bound of WNC
AHOPE is all out of socks today. Please consider donating new white tube socks or anything, ASAP! Bring them to 19 N Ann St in Downtown Asheville - thank you!

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Homeward Bound of WNC
Homeward Bound of WNC
A huge thanks to Thermo Fisher Scientific for donating a brand new fridge to AHOPE. This might seem trivial, but we need equipment donations like these to keep our facilities working and providing clients with the best care possible — so thank you!
Homeward Bound of WNC
Homeward Bound of WNC
Many thanks to Skyland United Methodist Church for hosting our Room in the Inn ladies last week. Susan Downs and her team made them comfortable and kept them out of the weather! We appreciate all the volunteers and the care that they brought!
Homeward Bound of WNC
Homeward Bound of WNC
Get your tickets for tomorrow before they sell out!