Your gift today transforms the lives of homeless and abused women and children.
I am so grateful; House of Ruth has really saved my life. This program is here to help you. Anything you need is available; if not, the staff will find a way to make sure you get it. I love it here, we go places, do things, they make sure you keep growing. I have my food handler’s license and a job. Now I am saving for a place of my own. After my time at House of Ruth, I will never be homeless again.
--A Woman at House of Ruth
House of Ruth helps more than 1,000 women and children annually who are dealing with homelessness and domestic violence.
Winifred Y. Wilson has been named Executive Director of House of Ruth, succeeding Christel Nichols, who has retired after 19 years at the helm. Ms. Wilson is a seasoned executive with more than 20 years of leadership in the management and administration of human service organizations. She came up through the ranks; serving as a counselor, case manager,