“I may be homeless, but that is not who I am.”

- Dottie

See our Maker stats and meet a few of the strong, beautiful women in our program.
Maker Journey

Maker Journey

All Maker’s start their Revolution journey in the Pioneer level. Once they are able to craft the jewelry in their level, they move to the next level!
Lili

Lili

renaissance woman - open - loving - curious - creative - adventurous

Revolution Relationship start date: 01/01/2018 What is the most difficult challenge you've overcome in life? Earning my BA in Psychology and certification in Special/Elementary Education. I was divorced in 2005 from my 25 year marriage and lost my house to foreclosure. What accomplishments are you most proud of in life? Raising my son who is 40 and lives in Virginia with my 3 beautiful grandsons. He works in DC for the EPA. What are you passionate about? I have a "yearning for learning" so I study Mandarin, Japanese and Korean. I attend a Chinese Christian Church to immerse myself in the language and culture. I am passionate about the world's cultures, in particular, Asian culture. Goals for the future: To get fit and free from my disability. I utilize my scooter to take advantage of all the cultural events the city has to offer. How has Revolution impacted your life? I look forward to creating a quality product that I can be proud to put my name on. Revolution helps me realize my worth in this society.
Margaret

Margaret

kind - willing - caring - selfless - servant

Revolution Relationship start date: 04/01/2018 What is the most difficult challenge you've overcome in life? Making new things and learning new skills. What accomplishments are you most proud of in life? The ability to make the choice for new beginnings no matter what life throws at me. What are you passionate about? Crafting things and creating things with my own hands and skill. Goals for the future: Continue moving forward by securing employment with an organization in the city. Continue to volunteer and help where I can. How has Revolution impacted your life? They encourage me.

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