Our Sister's Place Receives 2015-2016 Quantum in the Community Grant

We are so excited to be a 2015-2016 recipient of the Quantum in the Community grant. Our Sister's Place was one of 95 local grassroots nonprofit organizations to receive a grant, and one of four (4) organizations highlighted by the Quantum Foundation as a "Spotlight" grantee.

"It’s an unfortunate fact that cases of domestic violence rise over the holiday season but women in need have somewhere to turn, thanks to the caring and compassion of Our Sister’s Place, a nonprofit haven in northern Palm Beach County." Read the Palm Beach Post Article here.

Founder Hazel Raigue and Jane Wagley,  Director of outreach and advocacy of Our Sister’s Place with Quantum Foundation board member Ethel Isaacs Williams

Founder Hazel Raigue and Jane Wagley,  Director of outreach and advocacy of Our Sister’s Place with Quantum Foundation board member Ethel Isaacs Williams