TaLinda, Cassandra, Sarah, and Connie persevered to find resources for their family during the shutdown.
Per the latest MDHHS guidelines, we are currently operating under a revised schedule. We are also not accepting clothing donations to the Business Boutique at this time.
Update from WRC on Coronavirus
We hope you are well and safe. Our first priority at Women’s Resource Center is the safety and well-being of our participants, staff, volunteers, and community partners.
Although WRC has suspended all on-site programming, our office has reopened. We are closely following CDC guidelines and have put procedures in place to protect staff and guests.
We will continue to offer coaching and mentor appointments and training opportunities virtually. Our team remains ready and dedicated to serve women who are in crisis or who are seeking employment. Please call 616-458-5443 for support or questions on in-person appointment protocols.
APPOINTMENT REQUIRED TO DROP-OFF CLOTHING DONATIONS
To abide by safety precautions, clothing donations are now accepted by appointment only. We will not accept donations without an appointment. We’ll also ask you to complete a pre-screen phone call before arriving. Please click here to view all clothing donation procedures.
We truly appreciate you supporting WRC and the women we are honored to serve!
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A Message from the CEO
At Women’s Resource Center, we are committed to addressing issues faced by women in the workforce. This drives our programming and inspires our mission of helping women secure stable, well-paying employment and achieve financial independence.
We strive to encourage, inspire and equip women from all walks of life to reach higher and go further in their employment aspirations. Recognizing that women thrive in a supportive and empowering environment, our services are designed and delivered in a holistic manner, tailored to meet the unique needs of each woman.
We also recognize that life circumstances can get in the way of a woman’s success. Working women disproportionately suffer the economic consequences when life takes an unexpected turn. Our professional staff and specially trained volunteers help women identify and overcome barriers to employment.
We cannot accomplish this good work alone. It is only with the ongoing support of volunteers and community partners that Women’s Resource Center can offer services that help local women and their families achieve better tomorrows.
Sandra Gaddy, CEO