Founded in 1974, Warren Village’s integrated approach provides the essential ingredients for life transformation for formerly homeless, low-income, single parents and their children. These include safe and affordable housing, quality early education and childcare services, and self-sufficiency programming for the parents. Our focus is unleashing the power of the single-parents, primarily Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) women, who we serve and creating opportunity and community to change the trajectories of their lives and achieve sustainable personal and economic self-sufficiency. Annually, between 80 and 90% of residents move on to permanent, stable housing with approximately 30% moving into and maintaining market rate rental housing. Over half, 59%, of graduating residents have completed a degree or are on track toward earning a degree or certificate.
Family Nights are excellent opportunities for volunteer groups and individuals to engage with our residents. Our hope is that these evenings continue to strengthen the strong sense of community that is critical to our families’ success as they work towards self-sufficiency. We are currently hosting this event at Cheesman Park.
Volunteers will assist with serving dinner, facilitating games, and crafts.
Please note: all volunteers need to complete a background check with Warren's Village.