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Past Charities

February 2021-June 2021 Spotlight was on...

 

Kathrine Lee

 

 
Pure Hope Foundation is a nonprofit focused on strengthening families and providing restoration to survivors of sex trafficking. They are a second-stage program, which means they help survivors who have been stabilized, typically in a safe-house setting. Pure Hope Foundation offers continued healing, personal development, extended educational support, and vocational skills to help the survivors acquire skills that will allow for healthy, independent lives. 
Some of the activities offered in the Hope Home area of Pure Hope Foundation include multidisciplinary therapies, nutritional education, GED pursuit, college prep, educational assistance, financial literacy/education, Bible study and application, and many more. These programs all have a focus on trauma-informed restoration to help enact long term change in the lives of the survivors. 
Not only does Pure Hope Foundation provide programs and activities to help restore survivors of sex trafficking, they also host retreats to empower advocates of trafficking survivors and help aid the important rescue work they are doing. 

Why we are passionate about Pure Hope Foundation:

I love what Pure Hope Foundation is doing because they play such a large role in instilling hope back into the lives of survivors of sex trafficking. One of the things that struck me the most when I was learning about this amazing nonprofit, is that many of the residents of the Hope Home believe that no one cares. To think that women in sex trafficking not only think that they will not be rescued, but that no one cares what is happening to them... my heart breaks over this. Pure Hope Foundation not only tells survivors that they do care and there is hope, but they decorate the pavers of Hope Home and Pure Hope Ranch with messages from donations of people who have a heart to help survivors of sex trafficking and DO care. So that whenever these girls walk along the path of any part of Pure Hope Foundation (pictured below), they know that they are loved, cared about, and have hope for the future, away from the traumas of their past. 
You can learn more about Pure Hope Foundation's values and mission here.
If you would like to donate to Pure Hope Foundation outside of your purchase from SHE WHO IS, click here. Now through the end of March, all donations will be MATCHED!
There is also a "gift catalog" so that you can pick exactly what to gift the women being helped by Pure Hope Foundation.
Thank you for taking the time to learn about how you can help make a difference in the lives of women!

November 2019-January 2021 Spotlight was on...

 

Restoration Village - Restoration Village Rogers AR

 
Restoration Village is a faith-based and trauma informed homeless shelter for women and children in Northwest Arkansas. They offer long-term safe shelter for women and children that are in crisis. Restoration village meets the basic needs such as food, shelter, and clothing, but also provides long term care for its residents by providing free counseling, advocacy, and and spiritual care. By helping in these long term areas, they are able to help accomplish lasting change and restoration. Restoration Village was founded not only to help women and children in crisis, but to also help pregnant women, homeless women with children, and substance abusers. They help both mother and child to overcome trauma together.  Restoration Village is doing an event this December to "restore hope for the Holidays". Every dollar donated on December 1st, 2020 through Facebook will be matched by Facebook up to a set amount. Facebook begins matching donations at 7am that day. 2020 has been harder than ever and restoration is much needed!
 

  

Why we are passionate about Restoration Village:

I love what Restoration Village is doing because they help break the cycle of abuse. Not just physical abuse, but emotional, sexual, and substance abuse. This nonprofit is all about helping real women and children regardless of the situation, because trauma comes in all forms and often affects victims in more than one way. I also love that they provide long term help to residents to equip them with the tools they need to get through their crisis and accomplish change in their lives that is lasting. 
You can learn more about their core values and their mission here
If you want to donate to Restoration Village outside of your purchase from SHE WHO IS, click here.
Thank you for taking the time to learn about how you can start to make a difference in the lives of women! 

Our July 2020-October 2020 spotlight was on... 

Saving Grace is a safe, Christ-centered home for girls who have aged out of foster care and are facing homelessnessproviding an opportunity that is very different from a homeless shelter. Saving Grace is a place for hope and healing and a chance to reframe the word "family" in a supportive community that sticks with "Grace" for life! They provide relationships, skills, and resources—empowering young women to break the cycle of poverty for generations to come.

Photo courtesy of Ashton Rail photography, via Saving Grace NWA

Why we are passionate about Saving Grace:

Saving Grace is located in Northwest Arkansas. Though we want to help women globally, we wanted to start by giving back directly to the community we are located in. Wow! I love this idea of breaking the cycle of generational poverty. Not only are we helping end poverty, but literally helping break the cycle and helping future generations of women. We can help one woman break out of where she came from and therefore impact so many women down the line. Saving Grace has a truly inspiring story and amazing values. 
You can learn more about their core values and their mission here.
If you want to donate to Saving Grace outside of your purchase from SHE WHO IS, click here.
Thank you for taking the time to learn about how you can start to make a difference in the lives of women!