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789 Merrimon Ave.

Asheville, NC 28804

handsandfeetavl@gmail.com

Community Partners 

Asheville Poverty Initiative 

12 Baskets Cafe Volunteer Coordinator

The 12 Baskets Cafe rescues food from all over the city and uses it to build community and end poverty through relationships.

 

Learn more about the organization here.

Green Opportunities

Youth Build Project Case Manager

The YouthBuild program at Green Opportunities provides low-income youth with job training and job readiness support that is necessary for sustainable work opportunities.

Learn more about Green Opportunities here

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Habitat for Humanity 

Volunteer Coordinator 

Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Through Habitat homeownership and home repair programs, 1,600 adults and children in Buncombe County have achieved the strength, stability and self-reliance they need to build a better future. 

To learn more about Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity click here 

Haywood Street Congregation

Companion Coordinator 

Haywood Street is a United Methodist mission congregation and faith-based nonprofit. Core programs include weekly worship, a clothing closet, community garden, a free community lunch known as the Downtown Welcome Table, and Haywood Street Respite, which offers a safe place for adults experiencing homelessness to stay on a short term basis after being discharged from a hospital. The core programs provide a platform for the ministry of relationship, which can be defined simply as the act of “being with” and speaks to our deepest identity. 

To learn more about Haywood St. click here 

Homeward Bound

AHope Day Center Staff

AHope Day Center is the only daytime center for those experiencing homelessness in Asheville and provides access to basic needs (showers, mail, food, storage) in addition to access to housing services. 

Learn more about the organization here.

Welcome Home Project 

The Welcome Home Project collects furniture and housewares donations from community members and uses donations to furnish the homes of those community members who have recently been housed through Homeward Bound. 

Learn more about the organization here.

Youth OUTright 

Youth Outreach Coordinator 

As the only organization in Western North Carolina that is dedicated to LGBTQ youth, Youth OUTright provides programming, public education and outreach, to support youth ages 11-20 to be confident, resilient and compassionate community members.

 

Learn more about the organization here.

YWCA

Eliminating Racism Project Staff

The YWCA provides direct service to, collaborates with, and advocates on behalf of the most vulnerable people in our community. YWCA Asheville is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. The YWCA works to accomplish this mission by providing programs and advocacy that bridges gaps in education, earning power, health and wellness, and access to child care for low-income and/or minority families in our community.

  

Learn more about the organization here.