The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of our lives. The range of impact can be seen in how we purchase food to how we interact with people in our communities. The effects of the pandemic have resulted in shortages of personal protective equipment needed by homeless women in shelters, patients in nursing homes and front-line service providers. 

​Healing Vine Harbor (HVH), through a donation from the Carolina Panthers was able to donate 500 masks to the Salvation Army Center of Hope in Charlotte homeless women and children. Also, two HVH volunteers, Cheryl and Connie, purchased materials and handmade 100 masks which were sent to Tarzana Health and Rehabilitation Center in Tarzana, California. In addition, Food Lion grocery/Walmart gift 
cards were given to T.E.A.C.H. participants to help during these challenging times. 

If you are looking for ways you can help us help our communities, please go to the Get Involved page of this website. 

Salvation Army Center of Hope

Thank you for your support and donations as we held our first-ever online party fundraiser. 

Thank you for your support of Healing Vine Harbor during the Shop for GOOD Charlotte event held July 12th through July 19th. Your donations of drawstring backpacks, toiletries, and snacks for the ladies were greatly appreciated.

Patient at Tarzana Health and Rehabilitation Center

500 Masks purchased and donated

Transforming Lives One Woman at a Time

Healing Vine Harbor thanks you for your support and votes during the Black Philanthropy Month campaign.

Helping Families During COVID-19 Pandemic

Tarzana Health and Rehabilitation Center Director

Volunteer making masks

Helping Our Communities

During COVID-19 Pandemic

With donations from the Carolina Panthers and HVH donors, HVH purchased and distributed several Food Lion and Walmart gift cards to families in the Charlotte area.