Aunt Leah’s House
The New Aunt Leah’s House
Aunt Leah’s House: This was the first house acquired by the Foundation from Aunt Leah’s Society. The house was built in 1953, as a family dwelling. In the late 1980’s the “Easy Out Independent Lifeskills Society”, the originator of the Aunt Leah’s organization, was looking for shelter for young moms and a place to provide support services. Some of the founders put their resources together and bought this house, then leased it back to the Society.
After over 30 years in operation, we’ve have begun our first ever Capital Fundraising Campaign to build the new “Aunt Leah’s House”. The new home will have four bedrooms with attached bathrooms, a large training kitchen, more office space and a second stage self-contained suite that a mom can graduate in to. With your help, we will continue to provide comfortable beginnings for vulnerable moms and babies.