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Its Not Strange To Want To Make A Change

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Cornerstone serves women being released from prison who have no where to go or they know that returning to their environment would be less than successful.At Cornerstone each resident is given the tools they need to thrive. When we get them they literally have nothing. We help them with identificati... Read More

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Cornerstone serves women being released from prison who have no where to go or they know that returning to their environment would be less than successful.

At Cornerstone each resident is given the tools they need to thrive. When we get them they literally have nothing. We help them with identification, a wardrobe, insurance, dental, resume building, life skill training, transportation needs, court and legal needs, and job placement.  We are a Faith based program so their spiritual needs are also a priority during their stay.

Most of our ladies remember what it was like in their addiction to be homeless or without food.  They remember surviving because of soup kitchens and other shelters that helped meet their basic needs.  This is why many are so eager to give back and serve where there is a similar need in their now new community.

So we stepped out in Faith and purchased the 1932 Craftsman with nearly 3,000 ft of space.  Rebecca's House needs a lot of renovation to bring this beauty back to life.  Looking at her she is not much but we believe in redemption and we know with some help and a lot of work she can be restored to serve her community.

We cant change the world but we know we can be the change in someone's world.  Would you help us by donating today?

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Its Not Strange To Want To Make A Change

Jennifer Smith, on behalf of

Cornerstone transitional Housing Ministry INC

Cornerstone Transition Home is asking for your help in Renovating what will be know as Rebecca's House. Rebecca's House will be a soup kitchen and resource center that will serve those in need in our community with food, clothes, and used house hold items.

Jennifer Smith

Jennifer serves as Program Director and House Manager.

Newport, Arkansas