The 2012 Vision: BJM Tenderloin Women’s Center
We have a vision to open a women’s center in the Tenderloin neighborhood. The vision of the center is to provide a physical location for the programs and services that BJM offers women and their families, fostering a deeper sense of community and enabling us to expand our work and increase our relationships and connections.
Having our own space would allow us to launch new support groups, Bible studies, a formal case management program and facilitate larger parenting and ESL classes. We’re also really excited about the sense of community that will be built for our women by having their own space, which will be welcoming, relaxing and safe from the chaos of the neighborhood. We are dreaming of art and cooking classes, a teen program, a quiet space to offer individual counseling or children’s programs and much more!
We are currently fundraising to raise $36,000 to fund the rent for our first year. Help us make this vision a reality and provide a physical building for the ladies of the Tenderloin. Your gift will make a tremendous impact on our ladies and make this vision a reality. Please consider making a donation.