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On WRAL-TV5: For four months, Raleigh homeless couple John and Lee Venable slept in their SUV off and on, bathed in grocery store bathrooms and ate meals in parking lots. […]

Homeless couple: ‘Big nightmare’ is finally over

On WRAL-TV5: For four months, Raleigh homeless couple John and Lee Venable slept in their SUV off and on, bathed in grocery store bathrooms and ate meals in parking lots. […]

On WRAL-TV5: For four months, Raleigh homeless couple John and Lee Venable slept in their SUV off and on, bathed in grocery store bathrooms and ate meals in parking lots. […]

Homeless couple: ‘Big nightmare’ is finally over

On WRAL-TV5: For four months, Raleigh homeless couple John and Lee Venable slept in their SUV off and on, bathed in grocery store bathrooms and ate meals in parking lots. […]

An article on the Wake County Community website about how the Women’s Center of Wake County is seeing an escalation in needs and a dramatic rise in the number of clients […]

Women’s Center Throws a Lifeline to Women and Families

An article on the Wake County Community website about how the Women’s Center of Wake County is seeing an escalation in needs and a dramatic rise in the number of clients […]

  • Upcoming Events

    THRIVE a Benefit for the Fight Against Homelessness

    THRIVE a Benefit for the Fight Against Homelessness

    The Women’s Center of Wake County will host its annual fundraiser, THRIVE, an Evening Benefit for the Fight Against Homelessness, on September 21, 2015 at Caffe Luna, located at 136 E. Hargett Street, Raleigh.

    The evening will include food and wine provided by Caffe Luna, a silent auction and live music.

    Sponsorship opportunities for the event remain; Friend $250, Partner $500, Leader $1,000, Champion $2,500, and Visionary $5,000. Become a sponsor today by clicking on the Sponsorship Buy Now icon below.

    Sponsorships

    Thrive Sponsors

    CHAMPION

    Nationwide

    Larry King

    LEADER

    Pullen Champions for the Women’s Center

    Karen Schaefer

    Carolyn’s Friends of the Women’s Center

    Cherry Bekaert Red Hat