“Transforming Lives, Transforming Communities”

Nearly 51 million households don’t earn enough to afford a monthly budget that includes housing, food, child care, health care, transportation and a cell phone, according to a study released in May 2018 by the United Way ALICE Project. That’s 43% of households in the United States.  The figure includes the 16.1 million households living in poverty, as well as the 34.7 million families that the United Way has defined as ALICE — Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed.  These are the families that are living paycheck-to-paycheck and these are the women that walk through the doors of Women’s Mentoring Network every day.

Women’s Mentoring Network empowers low-income women and their families by providing the support services and programs needed to help them find better employment and educational opportunities.  Programs focus on Workforce Development and Financial Literacy.

 

The individuals that walk through our door are hardworking individuals  – they are working one or two jobs or working and going to school.  Most are living paycheck-to-paycheck. They are not looking for handouts.  These women voluntarily seek our help so that they may have the ability to move forward in life and provide a better life for their families.

 

The staff provides the clients with one-on-one in-office services, as well as Life Skills Workshops.  Women’s Mentoring Network is a multi-generational, family organization.   In addition to assisting the women, we work with the children of the families that we serve to assist the students with achieving their goals as they navigate their way through high school and college.  We also recently started a tutoring program for elementary school and middle school students.  

Join us for Women Inspiring Women on June 7th!

  • Providing services that promote purpose, opportunity and foster positive life expectations
  • Building an educational and social foundation that allows maximization of potential
  • Enabling individuals to mainstream as productive, skilled members of the workforce
  • Breaking the cycle of intergenerational poverty

The most significant recent accomplishments of our clients include their continued success in finding jobs and then going on to grow in their careers.