We normally don’t like to brag, but it’s our contention that we have the best donors in the world and we don’t mind saying so. We no sooner post a need on Facebook than our donors have begun to provide for it. A few days ago we thought there was a mistake with our Amazon… Read More Generosity Abounds
To all of our faithful blog followers, we really must apologize for leaving you without any updates for several months. After the Drop-In Center renovations were finished and we opened our doors to the women in February 2021, we have been communicating more through other social media platforms. So here’s a brief recap of the… Read More Catching Up
Join us at 2pm CST today for our virtual Grand Opening. Although it is cold and snowy in Memphis today, this is a splendid day for Lisieux, one that we have been anticipating for several years. Early in 2019, several members of the Board joined Sandra in her quest to find a suitable property for… Read More Grand Opening Today
May 18 was an exciting day for me. My son was finally able to resume his physical therapy sessions that had been suspended for several weeks during the Safer at Home initiative. When he first started outpatient therapy in February, I had been able to sit in the waiting room until time to take him… Read More Love Lives Here
Please join the Lisieux Community in wishing Trisha Henderson all the best as she leaves us at the end of this month to begin a new job.… Read More Thank You, Trisha!
We are extremely grateful to all of you who “get” what we are doing and why we do it. Donors continue to shower us with food and supplies, and volunteers not only help distribute the items to our women, but stay for a while to offer a smile and a listening ear. But not everyone… Read More Why Don’t They Just Do Better?
On January 7 we announced that Thistle & Bee has leased our residence, so you may be wondering what we are doing now. We want to assure our supporters that the mission of Lisieux Community has not changed. We continue to provide support and education for women who have survived trauma, addiction, prostitution, and life… Read More The Mission of Lisieux