Hope Women’s Center Information
December 2, 2013 by
Blog, Christian Organizations, Radio Show
How can you help Hope Women’s Center?
Donations – Click here to send your financial gift through egiving.com (a secure non-profit giving site) You can set up a one-time gift, a monthly auto-gift, or send your Arizona Charitable Tax Credit for the Working Poor to Hope Women’s Center.
Volunteer – Hope Women’s Center is primarily volunteer driven. From teaching classes, mentoring, donation pick ups, cleaning, maintenance – you name it! Whatever your gift is, let God use it at the Hope Women’s Center! Click here for information and to download the Volunteer Application.
In-Kind Donations – From everyday items like toilet paper, toothpaste, and deodorant to baby items like diapers and formula to gently used or new items like clothing, furniture, etc. The women in Hope Women’s Center use points they earn by attending life skill classes at the center to purchase these items for their families. Purchase items yourself, or organize a donation drive at your office or church!
Drop off items at:
Steps of Faith
1500 East Thomas Road, Suite 102
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
For more information on how you can get involved, contact Hope Women’s Center Executive Director Tammy Abernethy at602-719-0999 or by filling out the contact form found here. (Hope Women’s Center recently merged with Steps of Faith. Read about the merge here.)
Hope Women’s Center is a Christian-based non-profit that engages, encourages and equips vulnerable women and adolescent girls facing challenges of poverty, unplanned pregnancy, domestic violence or substance abuse, by providing support and resources for their spiritual, physical and emotional needs.
Programs are free and available to women and their families and any of the three center locations.
252 N. Ironwood Drive
Apache Junction, AZ 85120
850 N. California Street
Coolidge, AZ 85128
Steps of Faith – Phoenix
1500 E. Thomas, Suite 102
Phoenix, AZ 85014
PO Box 3447
Apache Junction, AZ 85117
Listen to our interview with Tammy Abernethy, Executive Director for Hope Women’s Center: