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Unlocking Opportunities: Community Called to Rally to Raise Funds for Women’s Group Home

During a friendly game of UNO with residents from the women’s group homes, Challenge Enterprises had the opportunity to showcase the vibrant community and support network fostered by the organization. Vice President of Services, Nichole Redgate, plays a pivotal role in overseeing the homes and various services provided by Challenge Enterprises. Group Home Supervisor Rhani Simmons, CMA, brings expertise and dedication to ensuring the well-being of residents.

One of Challenge Enterprises’ ongoing initiatives is to raise $150,000 to pay off the mortgage of the women’s group home, further enhancing stability and support for residents. This effort aligns with the organization’s commitment to creating opportunities and fostering independence for individuals with disabilities.

“The word YES holds a special meaning for us at Challenge Enterprises. It represents the power of opportunity, change, and creating a better future,” said Greg Voss, COO at Challenge Enterprises. “We invite everyone to join us in saying YES to empowering individuals with disabilities and making a remarkable impact in our community.”

Community support is crucial in achieving Challenge Enterprises’ mission. Donations and contributions from individuals like you play a significant role in supporting programs, employment opportunities, and residential services for people of all abilities.

Are you #UpfortheChallenge to help us reach our goal of $150,000? Your gift can make a remarkable impact on the lives of individuals with disabilities.

Stay updated on the impact of your donations by signing up for our quarterly newsletter, The Enterprise Way, and join us in celebrating more than 50 years of saying YES!