Win a Car and
Help our Residents
Last year’s raffle winner Cathie Stout said, “I never expected to win a car! I bought the raffle tickets to support the great work that Catherine’s House does for women and children in crisis.” This year’s winner could be you, but if it’s not, please know that your participation in our raffle has helped the life of a woman or child living at Catherine’s House.
Tickets to win the 2015 Honda Civic LX are $5 each or $25 for a book of 6 tickets. Tickets may be purchased two ways: (1) mail a check payable to Catherine’s House with a note requesting tickets, or (2) purchase with a credit card by clicking here.
Catherine’s House thanks sponsor McKenney-Salinas Honda of Gastonia, NC.
Catherine's House serves women and children facing homelessness due to a variety of circumstances such as: domestic violence, un/underemployment, the shortage of affordable housing, unexpected tragedies, and lack of a support network. Catherine's House provides services tailored to the needs of each resident. Learn more about our services offered here.
Holiday Open House
Thursday, December 10, 2015, 5:30 - 7:00 PM
141 Mercy Drive, Belmont, NC 28012
- Celebrate as a young resident pulls the winning ticket for our Car Raffle.
- Hear a resident’s success story and enjoy light hors d’oeuvres.
Our most needed items include:
See other needed items here.
Light Up a Life
Purchase a light on our Christmas Tree in honor or memory of a relative or friend. Catherine’s House will notify your honoree of the gift given in his/her honor with a card designed by one of our young residents. See last year's artist below.
A Letter from Bev
Catherine’s House is not just a house; it was my home. I walked through the door after being discharged from a medical facility. I had been in an abusive marriage for 17 years. During that time, I was a financially secure stay-at-home mom until my divorce 14 years ago. I suffered from clinical and situational depression. I had no job, no money, no food and no place to live – other than my car.
Read Bev's whole story here.