Tuesday 26 May, 2020
Whim Hospitality joined our mission as a corporate partner in December of 2019. Our friends immediately jumped into making a huge impact on women and their children moving towards self-sufficiency by supporting our inaugural Weekend of Giving events as Hospitality Sponsor. When we had to pivot to a September event, Whim offered up the beautiful Ian’s Chapel at Camp Lucy for the Bubbles and Tea Brunch.
“Whimmers” embody the mantra of Kim Hanks, CEO and Owner of Whim Hospitality: “We were made to be rivers and not reservoirs. When blessings come to us it should move through us to others.”
Read more about Kim Hanks’ heart behind our partnership below:
How did you become involved with Saint Louise House?
“I met Saint Louise House at The Art of the Gala which is an informative seminar for non-profits. I was a panelist talking about how my business gives back to women and families fleeing abusive pasts. We were a perfect fit for each other.”
What message would you give to others about becoming Saint Louise House supporters?
“Supporting Saint Louise House means you are the bridge between a life of lack and hopelessness and a life of parity and opportunity.”
In one sentence, what stands out to you about Saint Louise House?
“I love the way Saint Louise House provides housing while helping the mothers build their rental history and credit.”
How has volunteering at Saint Louise House impacted you?
“Being a partner with Saint Louise House brings joy because I know they are changing the trajectory of many families’ lives.”
What is your favorite Saint Louise House memory?
“Touring the homes of the clients. What love and thoughtfulness was put into stocking and furnishing each home!”