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Redeemed Women
P.O. Box 600623
Dallas, Texas 75360

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Immediate Needs

Redeemed Space ($175K)
“The Well” will be a community house to provide a safe, comfortable environment for program events, resource distribution, mentorship, life-skill training, and offices. Purchase and renovation of space in the community, insurance, ministry and administration cost.

Printing Costs ($150)
Mass printing for business stationary and marketing.

Transportation Costs ($300) 
Fuel, maintenance, and insurance for our 12-passenger van, “Vanna White.” Many women in our community lack personal vehicles and public transportation is limited. Also, our community is located in a food desert, so choice of fresh, healthy foods is restricted. Our van service helps women keep appointments, go on job interviews, and get to a shopping center for food, clothing, and other household goods.

Recurring Needs

Community Resources & Supplies ($10 to $25)
Household basics such as cleaning supplies and toiletries, as well as passes for public transportation.

Ministry Services ($50 to $75)
Passes for public transportation, birthday celebrations for women, Bible study materials, filing fees, shot and birth records for children’s school, Social Security and driver’s license (required for employment)

Building Connections ($100+)
Monthly community lunches with women, administrative expenses, future program development