Our Commitment to Combat Racism and Promote Equity

Calvary Women’s Services stands with those raising their voices across the country and in our city to oppose systemic and institutional racism and acts of injustice against Black Americans. We remain committed to doing everything in our power to build an equitable society.

The majority of women who come to Calvary are Black and face the staggering consequences of racism, sexism, and intergenerational poverty as they work to overcome homelessness. Calvary strives to ensure safety for all who come to our doors and to create a space where each person is seen, heard, supported, and welcomed for who she is.

We must and will continue to work together with others in our community to build a future that embraces equity and diversity.

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February 9, 2021

Let's Be Strong(Her) Together

Help us be Strong(Her) together by completing one, two, or all of the Strong(Her) Challenges. Donate to the Strong(Her) Fund Donations are critical during this time. We are still spending an addition…
December 16, 2020

Holiday Wish List 2020

You can make a difference and inspire hope in the lives of women who are working to overcome their homelessness for good. With the holidays approaching, we are in need of several items that will help…
June 16, 2020

UPDATED: Urgent Needs Wish List

56% of the women living at Calvary have lost their jobs due to the pandemic. Without their income, even basic items that they need can become a new source of stress in their life. Calvary’s life-sav…