Women In Need helps families by providing programs & services that educate, enrich and empower.

 
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Our Beginning

Women In Need began in 1997 when Karen Dionisio, an Eastern Shore Native, was confronted with a woman in need and she took action. Karen gathered a group of friends to help this woman and her family crisis. As a result of this single act of kindness, the non-profit organization “Women in Need, Inc.”(WIN) was born.

WIN began to help women in crisis, through it’s array of programs such as: Emergency Assistance, Transitional Housing, Rental Subsidies, and more.

Soon, we began to realize in order to achieve their mission of helping families “improve their life through programs and services that educate, enrich and empower”; they needed to shift their focus onto preparing for the long-term.

 
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Our Vision

WIN’s goal is to provide unique assistance that fills the gap between what is available and what is necessary.

Many organizations exist that offer various levels of assistance, and we do not intend to duplicate any existing program.

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“Religion that God our Father accepts as pure and faultless is this: to look after orphans and widows in their distress”

— James 1:27

 
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Our Mission

Women in Need's mission is to help families improve their life by providing programs and services that educate, enrich and empower.

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The Results

WIN’s goal is to provide unique assistance that fills the gap between what is available and what is necessary. Many organizations exist that offer various levels of assistance, and we do not intend to duplicate any existing program.

To that end, we are now providing education and day care scholarships geared specifically toward furthering the education of single parent families.

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60%

of families helped

30%

donations to charity

10%

of another number

 
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Women in Need relies solely on community support through our Thrift Store and donations; making us a completely self-sufficient non-profit. To help our cause with with a donation of household goods, appliances and furniture. 

Please call the thrift store for donation specifications 410-778.5999. 

Store hours are Thursday & Friday 10am to 6pm and Saturday 10am to 4pm.  All donations are accepted during regular business hours only.

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