Women's Winter Shelter


Click here for the Meal Sign Up and Amazon Wish List. 
—MEAL SIGN UP: Once on the sign up page, click on the blue “From Calendar” tab. Due to COVID, meals are drop-off only, no serving by volunteers.

If it is easier, you can designate a gift to the Women's Winter Shelter by clicking here and we will shop on your behalf. The goal of the Women's Winter Shelter is to offer a safe, warm, loving and helpful place to sleep and receive nutrition, encouragement and case management as they transition to a new life. 

The Shelter operates yearly, December 1 - April 1 and is open to women, without dependents, ages 18 years of age and older. It offers 20 emergency shelter beds and hope.


During the 2020-2021 winter shelter, we will provide breakfast, lunch and dinner for 25. We humbly ask you to consider signing up to provide meals during December 1 through April 1. This is our biggest need.

Click here for meal sign up and the wish list. If you have trouble or have further questions, email Meredith.


You may deliver these items to West End or have them shipped directly. Click here for Amazon Wish List and Meal Sign up (look for the orange Amazon tab)

  • Food Lion gift cards
  • Ladies cotton underwear (sizes S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL)
  • Ladies socks (sizes small, medium and large)
  • Ladies pajamas (sizes S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL)
  • Ladies cotton bottoms (sizes S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL)


Like 2019, we would love to ask you to volunteer at the winter shelter, but, due to COVID restrictions, our staff will likely be the only women entering the shelter with the residents. But, we invite you to pray with us as we serve and love these precious women.

To learn more about West End Ministries,visit their website.  


Through a collaborative effort of several churches and community partners, in February 2020, High Point's first Winter Women's Shelter opened on the campus of West End Ministries. West End Ministries is one of Green Street's community partners. West End Ministries Women's Winter Shelter was birthed by prayer after the need became apparent. With West End's Leslie's House remaining consistently full, concerned citizens gathered, raised necessary funds, arranged volunteers and operational needs.