Enchanted Makeovers

Rating: 4.98 stars   66 reviews

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12663 Hipp Taylor MI 48180 USA


Enchanted Makeovers is a national non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization that transforms long-term stay homeless shelters for women and children into places that inspire psychological and behavioral change.


Since 2006, Enchanted Makeovers' projects, programs and makeovers have touched shelters in over 8 states that collectively serve more than 5,000 women and children each year.

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Our makeovers transform long-term stay homeless shelters for women and children. We also have many supportive programs and projects as well. These include: Lull-a-Bye Reading , Capes for Kids, Traveling Pillowcase, Doll Adoption, Stepping into the Dream, Sacred Sewing Rooms.

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Rating: 5 stars  

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I found out about Enchanted Makeovers through a friend while I was doing an online project. It does not matter where you come from or where you have been, if you believe anything is possible. I will never forget the first time Terry (CEO and founder of EM) and I chatted. I was INSTANTLY connected to her passion and mission. I found it refreshing to see a community so passionate about not only creating a safe, warm and loving environment for these women and children but also educating the donors and volunteers of HOW their time and donations have impacted not only these women by themselves. Enchanted Makeovers (in my eyes) is a shining example of the direction charity needs to go in.

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