TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Today a local effort to open a day center for the homeless received a boost.
The group, 100+ Women Who Care of Vigo County, donated $11,200 to Reach Services, the organization planning on building the day center.
Members of Reach Services are excited their vision is finally coming to life.
“Reach is thrilled and very appreciative for the financial support we are receiving from 100 Women Who Care. These funds will assists Pathways Day Center serving the homeless in establishing classes to assists those without an address to find a way forward, including how to write a resume, how to interview and what is expected of them by an employer. We know that all of us can gain confidence and knowledge through support and understanding which Pathways plans to offer to those we serve each and every day. The generosity and support of 100 Women Who Care creates the opportunity for a new beginning for those who are overcoming the struggles of homelessness,” Reach Services Executive Director, Susie Thompson said.
Pathways Day Center will be located on S 15th St. The day center will be a place for people who have nowhere else to go.