You Can Help

You Can Help

You can help us assist homeless, single mothers along their journey of becoming fully contributing members of society, and their children will bear the imprint of your influence.  Your part in this process cannot be overstated!  You are an indispensable part of everything we do to help these mothers stand on their own two feet!

 

If you believe in helping homeless and at-risk mothers and their children, there are several ways you can make a difference. Here are ways others have helped:

  • Auto repair
  • Appliance repair
  • Lawn care
  • Tax preparation
  • Academic tutoring
  • Childcare
  • Legal assistance
  • Nutrition instruction
  • Handyman services
  • Physical fitness instruction
  • Be creative! Use your gifts and talents to help the women we serve.

 

Give To St. Raymond’s

Your financial gift will be used for the benefit of the mothers we serve in your St. Raymond’s House, and within your community. If you are interested in donating, please head over to our donate page to learn more.

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how we have helped

St. Raymond's turns lives into miracles that spread love to a whole community.  Volunteering at St. Raymond's has definitely touched my life and heart.  This organization is outstanding!

Janey is a perfect representation of the saying: if you think my hands are full you should see my heart . . . . one cannot help but see how full her heart is as she gently cares for her tiny triplets.

I can honestly say that I love my RIDICULOUSLY AMAZING life and it’s all thanks to St. Raymond’s Society.

God has truly blessed our community with the addition of St. Raymond’s Society.  As the executive director of Pregnancy Resource Center for more than 12 years, I know all too well of the plight of a single mothers, much less those who finds themselves homeless.  It is with great confidence that we refer these mothers to St. Raymond’s Society.  Not only will they be welcomed with open arms and given a place to stay, these mothers are put on a path to self-sufficiency.