Learn about Waypoint

Explore Waypoint's rich history serving the community. Dating back to 1911, we’ve helped those in crisis build better lives through proactive services and resources.

Discover Our Story

Rent Our Space

Give your next staff meeting or event a special touch by renting one of our beautiful, historical spaces! The ballroom and tea room are just a couple of our choices.

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Leave Your Mark

Make a lifetime of difference for individuals experiencing poverty, homelessness, or domestic violence by getting involved at Waypoint through volunteering and more.

Ways to Help

Attend an Event

Show your support for Waypoint by participating in one of our events, such as Coins 4 a Cause, Waypoint Wonderland, or May Baskets for the Homeless.

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Our Mission

To strengthen and empower individuals who are homeless, living in poverty, or victims of domestic violence; and give children access to gaining the essential skills vital to reaching their full potential through quality child care.

Upcoming Events

May 01st 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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May 23rd 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Be Rent Wise by attending our Tenant’s Academy.
May 25th 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Be Rent Wise by attending our Tenant’s Academy.
May 27th 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Be Rent Wise by attending our Tenant’s Academy.

Check Out Our Blog

May 13th
Choosing to pay a bill or purchase toothpaste or shampoo is a difficult decision for those living in poverty.......
May 3rd
With the aim of giving voices to women and children of domestic abuse, Coe College students Anna Carpenter ’16 and Tina Bailey-Murray ’16 presented the Phoenix Project.......
April 8th
Everyone deserves a safe and affordable place to live. Some people make mistakes, but everyone deserves a second chance.......

Every single person has the power to change the world and help people.


-Laura Marano
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