Meet our most vulnerable neighbors:
women and children
As our city and region grapple with poverty, addiction, and homelessness, hurting women and children often suffer most.
They need our help.
Women experience homelessness each night in the city of Baltimore.
Women and children are the fastest-growing population experiencing homelessness.
Of those experiencing homelessness in Baltimore are families.
6 or younger
Almost half of all children without homes are under age 6.
Women on the streets live in constant fear for themselves and their children. They’re vulnerable to becoming victims of violence.
This is a city-wide emergency. Something has to change.
welcome them home
Now, you have the power to make a huge difference for our community’s most vulnerable.
Helping Up Mission’s new Center for Women & Children will open its doors to individual women in early 2022 and to women with children in January 2023. This state-of-the-art, 145,000-square-foot facility — with room for up to 200 women and 50 children — will provide:
Nourishing, healthy meals
Safe shelter, with special family suites
Clothes, toiletries, and feminine hygiene items
Counseling, Bible classes, and addiction recovery
Health and dental care
Education and workforce development
Using Helping Up Mission’s proven recovery principles, the Center will help women and children holistically — body, soul, and spirit — giving them a path out of homelessness to transformed lives.
Give a gift that says
“Welcome home” today
You can help a woman get off the streets and begin a new life with God’s help.
Your gift will help provide meals, shelter, and life-changing care.
Thank you for your generosity. Your gift will help welcome individual women in early 2022 and women with children in January 2023. Your online donation is secure. Helping Up Mission is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.