Annie’s Hope Center for Growing and Healing (a 501 c3) was founded by Rev. Abby Catoe in 2017. Annie’s Hope Center seeks to serve women and children survivors of domestic violence providing long-term transitional housing and resources for healing from the trauma of violence. Residents of Annie’s Hope Center will have access to services such as psychological counseling, medical services, therapeutic healing activities such as yoga, art and mindfulness practices. Residents will live at the Center for a minimum of one -year while they heal. As residents, they will also learn entrepreneurial skills from a variety of enterprises with which the Center will engage; gardening, beekeeping and honey sales, body products made from herbs grown on-premises. The Center is now open and has residents living in the house.
How can I support Annie’s Hope while at the WW show?
We are asking our customers to support Annie’s Hope by bringing a donation of personal hygiene items to the show. Annie’s Hope will have a table with information about their programs and a bin to put donated items. Items could include : shampoo, toothpaste, deodrant, make-up, etc. Below is a link to Annie’s Hope current website if you would like to support them in other ways including learning about their new store on Hawthorne in Winston Salem called Par Les Femmes. It is a beautiful art/consignment store!