Women’s Center of Wake County
The Women’s Center of Wake County, Inc. is a multi-services resource center that addresses the challenging issues of poverty and homelessness for single women and women with families. Through the provision of basic needs services, engagement with and assessment of clients, and housing placement and support services, the Women's Center provides the bridge between despair and hope for women and families. The major outcomes sought are to prevent and to end homelessness in partnership with individuals, agencies and groups throughout the community.
Women's Center of Wake County
112 Cox Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27605
Holiday Hopes Needs Following are three stories of those who need our help at the Women’s Center and what you can do to help them. – Susan came to the Women’s Center. Her husband had been laid off....
Donate Become a Sustaining Donor With your gift, you become a partner with the Women’s Center of Wake County in addressing the critical needs and providing ongoing support for some of the most fragile and vulnerable...
WRAL interview on helping the homeless WRAL’s David Crabtree and Cullen Browder go “On the Record” with Jean Williams, of the Women’s Center of Raleigh, Raleigh City Council member Mary-Ann Baldwin and Stan Holt of the United Way to discuss Raleigh’s...
Monetary Donations No gift is too small….or too big! Your financial gift can help us to maintain a strong bridge leading from despair to hope.
Volunteering Join the 3,500 other women and men who have volunteered their time, talent and services by becoming a volunteer at the Abbeygail’s Closet or the WCWC.
Providing case management, financial assistance counseling, crisis counseling, legal information, homeless prevention, and health education and testing
Addressing the survival and safety needs of women and children who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
Helping to find affordable housing for single women and families while also providing supportive services in partnership with CASA