With the help of generous supporters like you, 3,067 lives were transformed last year! Please donate today to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness for women and children in our community.
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Bequests and Legacy Giving
Legacy gifts to the Center for Transforming Lives are one of the many ways to support our work to end poverty and homelessness for women and children. You can help struggling families today and in the future. Legacy gifts may include gifts of cash through a will or bequest, securities, retirement plan assets, savings bonds, life insurance or other assets. For more information about legacy gifts and estate planning, please contact .
We invite you to join over 250 community and business leaders at our annual Transforming Lives Luncheon on March 287, 2019. At this powerful event, you will witness amazing stories of hope and triumph from women, children and families.
With corporate underwriting from partners like you, all proceeds raised at the event will support our programs for homeless and impoverished women and children. For more information about sponsorship levels, please contact .
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Many companies will match your gift, allowing you to double or even triple the impact of your contribution. Ask your Human Resources department for information on your company’s matching gift policy.
Your Gift Transforms Lives!
Provides a matched scholarship to a homeless or impoverished child to attend the Child Development Center for an entire year. The program includes meals, snacks, and lots of hugs!
Covers three months of housing plus counseling, life skills classes and job training for a homeless woman working toward self-sufficiency.
Helps prevent homelessness for families in great need. Provide two families with financial coaching, teaching them to budget their money wisely, build emergency savings, and identify opportunities for job training, so they can increase income and stay in the safety of their homes.
Supports the Client Crisis Fund, which helps clients with pressing needs that conventional social services do not support. Oftentimes smaller client needs, such as bus fare, a work uniform or a medical bill, go unmet causing the client to quickly spiral downward.
Provides an entire week of safe, secure housing for a homeless woman, along with case management.
Provides supplies, such as diapers, wipes, school and art supplies.