Affordable Housing Initiatives
Habitat for Humanity
Restore / Cindy Young / 828-696-9524
Construction / Melissa Ailiff / email@example.com
Serve others through the construction of homes and the operation of the Restore facilities.
Housing Assistance Corporation
Marcesa Harper / 828-629-4744 ext. 103 / firstname.lastname@example.org
A private, non-profit organization committed to providing safe and affordable housing for persons of limited income living in Henderson County and surrounding areas.
Domestic Violence Initiatives
Sara Cole, Development Officer / 828-693-3840 / email@example.com
Lauren Wilkie, Executive Director / firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers are utilized in almost every aspect of the agency’s programs and are a vital part of Safelight’s team and delivery of services by volunteering at the front desk, sorting donations, assisting with direct services and the family violence class, and in many other ways.
Homes for Youth
Dave Bass/ 828-243-6446 / email@example.com
Provides homes, help and hope for Henderson County youth who have lost their homes. We have a home that accommodates five foster girls with their foster parents and plan to acquire another. We also support the training of additional foster parents by providing facilities and advanced remote teleconferencing equipment to the Department of Social Services
Haywood Street Congregation
Laura, Executive Director
firstname.lastname@example.org / 828.575.2477
A mission church of downtown Asheville offering weekly worship, a clothing closet, community garden, a free community lunch known as the Downtown Welcome Table, and Haywood Street Respite, which offers a safe place for adults experiencing homelessness to stay on a short term basis after being discharged from a hospital.
Hendersonville Rescue Mission
Yam Burke / 828-697-1354
A non-profit committed to providing overnight shelter, food, and clothing to homeless in our community. Volunteers assist with chapel services, meal serving.
Sosterburg@wnccumc.net / 336-865-5356
A mission church serving impoverished neighborhoods within
Winston-Salem. Newstory offers worship, meals, a free clinic, clothing, a
homeless shelter, and an at-risk kids ministry. FUMC provides financial support
and assistance with facility repairs.
Only Hope WNC
Marti Eudeman / email@example.com
Only Hope serves the homeless youth of WNC by providing a home and services where education, personal growth, and opportunity are supported. Whether bringing a group in to sort through our pantry, helping with paperwork, or serving on the Only Hope board, you can help make a difference