Holiday Volunteer Opportunities

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Women’s Center Gift Program 2018

Help The Women's Center provide Christmas gifts to women experiencing homelessness in The Triangle who are struggling to get back on their feet this holiday season. Through our gift program, you will have the opportunity to select one or more gift request tags, purchase the gift requested on the tag and return it to The Women's Center in a holiday gift bag on or before Monday December 10, 2017. The gifts are priced between $10 and $35. We will make sure the gifts are delivered in time for Christmas!

Holiday Gift Card Giving Program

Give a $10 gift card to provide a woman experiencing homelessness this season the opportunity to try on and choose her own clothing, jewelry or shoes, to buy a present for her child or loved one, to buy minutes on her phone to connect with loved ones, to buy a needed meal, grocery or household items. Gift cards give the gift of choice to a woman in need.
To provide a gift card this year, simply purchase the card and drop it off at 112 Cox Ave., Raleigh ATTN: Jane Tobia. THANK YOU!

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Provide a Dish or Volunteer for Women's Center's Holiday Party

The Women's Center will host a holiday meal on December 20th to provide women who are struggling with homelessness with a warm celebration, a declicious holiday meal with all of the fixins', gifts, music and a sense of care and belonging.

Please help us by signing up to provide a dish or volunteer to help serve our meal on Thursday, December 20th. Set up is 11:30am-1:30pm, Lunch will be from 1pm-3pm.

THANK YOU for brightening the holidays for women struggling with homelessness this holiday season.

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Caring Crate Holiday Drive

The Women’s Center relies on the support of our community to serve the hundreds women who turn to us in need throughout the year. Your family, church, school or civic group can partner with us this holiday season by providing a Caring Crate. Fill a plastic storage tub with vitally needed items to benefit homeless women at The Women’s Center.

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Winter Warm-Up Coat Drive

For someone who spends the winter unsheltered on Raleigh’s streets, warm clothing offers not only comfort, but also survival. In fact, hypothermia can become a danger even in temperatures as mild as 50 degrees. Our winter coat drive provides blankets, coats, gloves, scarves, hats and other cold weather gear for women who may otherwise have no protection on the coldest days and nights.

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Host a Holiday Craft

Volunteer developed activities enrich the lives of homeless women at Women's Center of Wake County who are struggling to get on their feet this holiday season. Brighten their holidays by hosting a special holiday craft.

QUESTIONS? Please contact: Viki Redding viki.redding@wcwc.org or 919.829.3711 x108