Breaking the cycle of homelessness in style
This year, the Mission is excited to partner with [retailer] and several local stylists so that 60 women and 40 children at the Mission can celebrate Easter and all its finest. These women, on the road to recovery from homelessness, addiction, abuse are now filled with hope and a fresh, new outlook on life. They, along with their children, will receive a new Sunday best Easter outfit to match their new hope, courtesy of [retailer partner]. They’ll also receive beauty treatments courtesy of [stylist partner]. For some children, it might be their first Easter dress or first clip on tie, and more importantly, a reunion with their family.
"I'm celebrating new life this Easter!"
For many at the Mission, Easter is about personal redemption and new life. Often estranged from family and friends, they enter the recovery program with little hope, self-respect, and few, if any possessions. Over the course of a year, they experience love and trust, break addictions, learn about God’s unconditional love and acceptance, rebuild their families and lives with dignity and respect. Some children live onsite with their moms, while other children live with relatives as their mom finds healing in our residential recovery program. Easter is time of joyous family reunions.