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Women's Intercultural Center Inc

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Causes: Adult Education, Centers to Support the Independence of Specific Populations, Education, Human Service Organizations, Human Services, Ukraine

Mission: To provide a place for women to learn and work together to develop their social, spiritual, economic and political potential.

Results: To date over 3,400 women annually become educated, empowered and engaged. Results of our work have been published in research documents, books, videos and presented a various conferences throughout the country. For more detailed info on our progress visit our website under participants and the about us section.

Target demographics: Women ages 17 years old and up

Direct beneficiaries per year: over 3,400 women annually

Geographic areas served: Southern New Mexico and West Texas

Programs: alternative education and personal development, economic self-sufficiency, civic engagement, Border Awareness Experience. In essence we provide our participants the tools and resources they need to thrive.

Community Stories

358 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Well, I went for the citizenship classes. I've heard about them and I'd heard of their 100% passing rate. So I enrolled, came to almost every class. Very easy to follow, gave me the tools. I studied, Mary helped me to file the application and prepare for my interview. I went to the interview appointment and passed! I'm so happy!!! Thank you bunches for your help and support throughout this process!!!

Client Served

Rating: 5

Es organizada y atienden muy amable, aprend\u00ED mucho en mi clase de pintura, me gustar\u00EDa que tuvieran clase de ingl\u00E9s para quien acabamos de llegar y solo hablamos espa\u00F1ol, gracias

Client Served

Rating: 5

Shout out to Saif and Mary, two of the most influential people I have ever met. Love you both, such an incredible family.

I've been seeing all the videos and pictures on insta and so happy to see you all are still running your border awareness program.

I came down for an SCSJ a few years back and the experience down at the border forever changed my life in ways I could have never imagined.

Between all the people and organizations we met with I was able to gain a better understanding of immigration and not only what migrants face but also how we could work on doing a better job of changing the system. I consider that every time I vote and when I speak with my representatives.

The biggest impact though was you, Saif and Mary. The bond you have as a family is what I hope to have with my family someday, but on top of that I remember all of the lessons you shared with me. Thank you Mary for teaching me to know my worth and demand what I want. Because of you I was able to get my job after I graduated and demanded the salary I felt was right for me, which was more than they were offering, but I knew my worth and I got what I wanted.

To Saif, thank you for teaching me to be proud of who I am and the really fun memories you created. Most of all thank you for treating my group like adults. You let us be free and also showed us an incredible time. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being my lifeline.

Please continue this amazing program.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Yo como promotora de salud le doy las gracias al centro por apoyarnos en prestarnos un lugar donde podemos dar clases de salud a nuestra comunidad. El centro trabaja y colabora con nosotros cuando lo necesitamos tienen las puertas abiertas para todos. Colabora con la comunidad y es un centro amigable.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This nonprofit center help many families in the community as well they provide us with many different classes for us to learn other traits and they always service the community with what they get in donations and distribute them with the families in the community. I am very grateful to the community for bringing many families together. Thank you for your donations they will truly help many families here in the community.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This Center is the heart of Anthony. While I have not attended their classes because I work during the day, I have friends who have gone and I always hear great things. Although, I'm truly thankful for their little library. I'm an avid book lover and sometimes books can be pricey, but you can go to the center and find some amazing books to read.

The biggest benefit is I also take my kids to pick up books and my son found a recipe book and he has been cooking dinner for me once I get home from work. Not only does it give me time to relax, but my son has discovered something he loves. If it wasn't for their little library this probably would have never happened.

Thank you to the center and to the people that donate the books, just know they are going to an amazing cause.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Me an ayudando much\u00EDsimo con casos legales .redactando documentos

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Esta ayudando mucho a la comunidad tanto en especie como en aprendizaje y apoyo para mi familia y para mi es un gran apoyo

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Para mi familia y para mi el centro intercultural de la mujer a sido un gran apoyo tanto emocional como en especie , nos ayudan mucho con las despensas que dan por semana y con las cosas que nos regalan en tiempo de frio tenia mi calefaccion descompuesta y en el centro me regalaron un calenton que me sirvi\u00F3 mucho gracias al centro no sufrimos mucho el fr\u00EDo ppr todo lo que hacen por la comunidad muchas gracias

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Me encanta no hab\u00EDa tenido la oportunidad de asistir a alguna de sus clases y ahora que lo ice me encantaron todas las personas son muy amables muy agradables y muy serviciales y todo los que nos dan o nos regalan me encanta hacen mucho por la comunidad y ayudan demasiado y en los convivios que hacen se exceden en los arreglos para que los que asisten se la pasen de lo mejor y despu\u00E9s de haber asistido a esta primera clase espero seguir asistiendo muchas beses m\u00E1s gracias por todo WOMEN'S INTERCULTURAL CENTER

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

When I first came here, I hated all of you. I was placed here by TANF and I couldn't stand the people in charge here. Every location I was sent to would just give us busy work. The lady in charge here didn't do that. She actually wanted us to come up with ideas, develop our skills and break out of our shells. In the beginning, I thought she was crazy along with the other two guys that volunteered there. They actually made us work and it annoyed me so much.

I asked to change locations because I wanted to stick with something easier. It wasn't until after I left I realized I was just living a life taking advantage of the system and not doing anything with my life. It was after meeting these amazing people that I hated I knew, I just knew I had to change my life. I went back to school, got my GED, and got a job that I loved. This job provided me the opportunity to get my college degree which I did, and led me to my current job in Denver, Colorado. I no longer live off of government assistance, I moved my kids out of Anthony which wasn't a great place to raise them. I never realized at the time but I feared what they would grow up as with the negative influences in Anthony. I was hung up on my baby daddy and just going day by day.

Thanks to the center I have my amazing jobs, my kids are growing up in a better environment, I purchased a new car, I met my wonderful fiance, and I no longer have to just make it. I hated you all but I am thankful because you woke me up. So in reality, THANK YOU for waking me up.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Like always big thanks to The Women’s Intercultural Center for always helping our community. My children, nieces and nephew’s had a wonder trunk or treat. We had no makeup to dress up our little ones and WInC had the best idea to place the items for us to just go and pickup. Once again thank you God Bless you all.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Very grateful for everything you have done for our community. Had an amazing time at your Halloween Potluck and the Halloween goodie bags and gifts were beautiful. I admire this place because you know what they do is coming from their hearts. You know they are here to help whoever walks through their doors. They are the one organization you can come to for anything and not be afraid that they will look at you as dumb or lost. Thank you for being a part of our community.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

The Center is a pinnacle of importance for the Anthony community. I've attended a few of their classes in the past, I've recommend family and friends to the Center, and every time I speak with them they always talk about how much the center has helped them. Any issue you might be having, the center is well rounded in a variety of ways to help you, or they also know how to access other resources elsewhere that can be of use to the said issue.

From the classes, to the food distributions, to the immigration assistance, the Center is there for the community. I know the city is planning on opening a multi-generational center and I hope they consult and work with the Center because they are experts in our community on how to do it right. If they don't, well that's a huge loss.

Thank you for everything you do.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Was just there a few days ago for their Candidate Forum. 5 stars all around. I really enjoyed their candidate forum, the questions presented, and there wasn't any crazy outbursts. There was only one issue when one of the mayoral candidates mic went out for a few seconds, but other than that I found it to be a perfect event.

Thank you for hosting this as it was very informative.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

This nonprofit organization provides quality information to women/members about assistance programs. This organization also sells slightly used clothes for every member of the family at very convenient prices and provides good quality Zumba, yoga, dance, etc.. classes at very convenient prices as well.

Donor

Rating: 5

Full disclosure, I have never received services at the Center, however, I am a donor and I will explain why.

I often donate food, clothes, and other miscellaneous items. I used to donate to the goodwill until the report came out about how much money they made especially the CEO. I wanted to find a place to donate to that isn't profiting and making their CEO rich. Yes they give people jobs, but they could do better.

I was recommended to donate to the Women's Intercultural Center by my friend at the post office. She told me that about the work the Center does so I decided to pay a visit. Upon visiting I met a young man who gave me a quick tour of the Center and shared their work with me. This was back in 2019 and I was absolutely enamored with their work and he explained to me what happens with all of the donations. I decided after that tour and the presence of the center was so welcoming that I decided to donate my items there.

Since donating I've met countless others who were helped by the center. Either by receiving their services or receiving free food and clothing, and I have two friends that shop their little thrift store. They tell me all the clothes are sold for 25 cents and I think that is amazing along with that all the profits go straight to the center because the entire center is operated by volunteers. I love that and continue to donate. You don't have to go far to meet someone that has been impacted by the center.

I highly recommend donating to this organization and shop their store and attend their classes to help support them. Lastly, if you need help, don't waste your time with others and go to them and they will change your life.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

A while back I saw a Facebook post that Anthony was one of the worst cities to live in, and unfortunately, I agreed which is why the second I got a job offer somewhere else, I left. Unemployment is high, so is crime that is both reported and unreported, we have a community that knows who the thieves are but don't speak up because they are afraid they will come after them next. It's not a united city and not only is it upsetting I see nothing changing with those current leaders in charge. I'm glad I left but the one place I will miss is the Women's Intercultural Center.

The Center was the best part about living in Anthony. I loved the classes, I loved the people, and whenever I needed help or knew someone that did, the center was the place to go. I had the courage to demand a raise at my job which led to an even better opportunity because of the time I had at the center. The center made me a stronger person and taught me to take my life to the next level.

Thank you for helping me get out of that city and thank you for all the memories. I moved to Dallas with a huge jump in pay and my life has been forever changed. Your volunteers inspired me especially Mary and Saif. You all are wonderful people and that city takes you foregranted. You all should close and move here to Dallas, we would love you and take you in.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

Just keep up the awesome work

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

The Womens Intercultural Center is more than a local nonprofit. For many of us, the Center has been a lifeline in unsure and unstable times. It is where we have had the opportunity to learn, grow, and thrive. Here we have had the opportunity to participate in meaningful and relevant trainings and classes that teach the proverb of fishing, so we have the opportunity to support our families for generations. In my own experience, the center was a beacon of hope and a shelter of healing for me. Through one of my toughest life experiences, when my body was sick, my mind was weak, and my soul was crushed, the center was a refuge. The support I received from staff and the lessons I learned aided me in healing my whole self and becoming a stronger, more aware and mindful person and professional. I am eternally grateful to the Center, its staff, and donors who have fed me and my family during trying time and also allow me the opportunity to give back in the humblest of ways.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Your weekly food distributions have helped me provide food to my grandchildren every week. It helps me save money and time from cooking. Thank you to you and KFC and everyone else that donates to make it possible. I wouldn't change a thing about you all. I love your volunteers and what you do for the community.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Anthony and it's people suck, especially our city leaders. I thank the Lord every day we have your center to turn to and grateful for everything you give us. People here are unappreciative and don't realize the amount of work you all do. THank you, for anyone reading this, this is a wonderful place and they do whatever they can to help everyone that comes to their doors. our community is greedy but thank you for always being there for us.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Thank you for your fan distribution. With the summer coming it was nice to take this fan home, it feels amazing. Thank you for thinking of us. I also understand the address verification. Some people in line were switching spots to try to get an extra fan, can't trust people sometimes but thank you for all you do.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 3

It's helping the community. The only thing I would change is to advertise more about the stuff they do.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Thank you for thinking of us in Anapra. I didn't know you all were from Anthony, so thank you for delivering food to us. We are very thankful of you all and Olga. Thank you thank you, thank you.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I love all of the support you are providing for our community. You fed my family at times we were really suffering. Thank you, although I apologize for those in our community that have tried to steal from your center and trespassed. You all don't deserve that. Thank you for not giving up on us.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I believe that they are doing well. With covid they still manage to help others in the community. Very grateful for all of the services.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Hands down the best place to go to when you need help. Thank you to everyone that works there. If you are lost and unsure about resources in the area, need to talk, need food, this is the place. They will do everything in their power to help you. Blessings to everyone that works here.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Thank you for doing more for us during this time, while our city leaders just sit around during this pandemic. Thank you for everything you do.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Full disclosure I have never been to this non-profit in person. I heard about the work they do and the incredible volunteers they have through my friend. I follow their Facebook and Instagram and am so proud of all the work they do.

Recently, I had the pleasure of listening to their Executive Director Mary Carter speak to us through Zoom. This woman is absolutely fascinating and I am grateful we have a leader like herself leading the center. Just wanted to say love your work, and I will make sure to be my most autentic self.

Client Served

Rating: 5

The center is the type of family member that never gives up on you no matter how many times you come to them and no matter how many times you're ungrateful. I agree with the others, our community can be really ungrateful but thank you for never giving up on us. Thank you for all of the amazing services you provide, Most importantly thank you for all of the love you have for our community.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I actually only shop their thrift store because of not only the amazing prices they have but because I know 100% of it goes back into the community. I have family and friends who have either gone to their classes or have received support from them. Two of my own family members, one loved her cake decorating classes, and the other not only got assistance to renew her green card, but also received a lot of emotional support from the director there.

I haven't had a chance to go back to their store because I moved farther away, but if you can support them please do. All the clothes are only 25 cents and everything elsed is still priced really well, it's a bargain. I know they give back everything. I've seen it for myself, heard for myself, and I've even called about families I know that have lost their homes, items, etc and they helped them restock with whatever they had. So thank you and I hope you all are doing well during COVID. I wanted to give back and some way and just learned I could review you.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Thank you for everything you do. From the toy distributions, food distributions, heater distributions, from just being here for us. Thank you so much. I read the other review and yes it is true and unfortunate but people in my community really are ungrateful. A lot of them just think things should be handed to them.I apologize for that and thank you for putting up with it and not giving up on us.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Thank you to all of the people at the Women's Intercultural Center. You are a literal blessing to our community, and I know a lot of people in this area are ungrateful, but I want you to know some of us appreciate the work you all do. Thank you for your constant food distributions every week. Bless you.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I just wanted to say thank you to your organization and all of your volunteers. I lost my job last year in 2020, and I was really worried about how I would make ends meet. With the center's help I was able to get food weekly that helped me feed my family until food stamps and unemployment came in. Thank you for all you do and for not discriminating against anyone. I thought since i was coming from Anthony TX you would all deny me, but one of people i met while waiting for food said you take everyone. Thank you for being a resource I could turn to when I was in need.

Client Served

Rating: 5

This review is long overdue but I am in my final year of university, and I just really need to thank the Women's Intercultural Center for changing my life. I am very thankful for meeting Saif and Mary and it was my experience with them that got me through to completing my degree.

First off the program they created was absolutely incredible. I learned a lot about the border and immigration and it was a topic I already thought I knew. The experience was fun, educational, absolutely blew my mind with the connections they have with Border Patrol, CBP, and even politicians. I could have never imagined that this is what my experience would have been. I'm thankful for all they taught me, but I am more thankful for the personal experience they provided to me.

Mary is an incredible leader and the kind of woman I want to be when I grow up. She shows no fear and stands up for what is right. Her life has been an incredible adventure, one you think should be a movie. She educated me to make sure to have my voice heard and not waste my time when I am at the table. I need to speak my voice if I want a change in my community or any issues I care about. She also ensured I understood I needed to understand both sides of the issue and ensuring I work with others that may not agree with my opinion.

Saif, I am extremely grateful to you as well. You taught me to be myself and not be afraid to express my feelings, to show who I am, and you gave me the confidence to not only change my major because I absolutely hated it but the confidence to come out to my parents. Between my major and my parents not knowing about me, I was extremely stressed and depressed. The talks with you, you telling me that my happiness was important above everything else was a lesson I would never forget. You are one of the most amazing people I know

Thank you both for sharing all your knowledge with me, this experience, and just for providing a personal touch with your program.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

In the summer of 2019, WINC hosted me and 2 friends (a psychologist, a social worker, and a lawyer -- hailing from Massachusetts and England) for 2 weeks so that we could provide pro bono services to asylum seekers and lawyers at Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services in El Paso. Not only did WINC graciously house and support us, they also educated us about immigration, Customs & Border Protection, the greater El Paso community, and how to use our personal power for the greater good! I will always remember them with love and deep respect and appreciation for all they do for their community each and every day.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I am grateful for everything you do for the community. Thank you for helping us with your weekly food distribution. It means the world to us.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Thank you for helping me feed my family. you all are amazing and have helped us a lot.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

They are an essential asset to the community. During covid they really stepped up to help a lot of people and we are really grateful

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I love the women's cultural center because they are not racist and include anyone in the benefits they have regardless of the immigration status that is a great help for many who do this for life and they help so many people \u2764\uFE0F Number 5\u2705

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I love everything they do and how they have adapted their operations to meet the needs of the people through this pandemic.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I would like to thank The Women's Intercultural Center along with Toni & Robert Jaquez. During this pandemic they took the initiative to help families in need. My family was blessed with a gift card from WInC to one of our local grocery store to make our Thanksgiving memorable. Thanks to them I was able to provide a decent meal. WInC has always helped me emotionally, moral support and in many ways like this time with a gift card \uD83E\uDD70.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Women's intercultural center is essential source of services including food distributions. It has helped my family during these difficult times knowing their there is a huge relief. The gifts cards are a blessing as well.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I am homeless and they have been a great resource for services in my area. I have been blessed by there kindness and generousity.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Great service, amazing team and a proud group of generous people with big hearts! Thank you for everything you all do in our community, as you continue to inspire us everyday!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Good thank u god bless u with the help of today with the food n gift card

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

This group is doing well and I highly recommend this center for assistance

General Member of the Public

Rating: 3

They do a great job at helping people when they're in need

Client Served

Rating: 5

If you need motivation, the Center is there. If you need someone to talk to, the Center is there. If you need food the Center is there. If you want to learn new skills or talents, the Center is there. If you need advice, the Center is there. If you need any kind of help, the Center is there. If you want your life completely changed for the better, the Center is there.

The Women's Center is the one place in Anthony that can completely change your life and it isn't just their work to help others but it is the people running the Center that make it one of the most unique non-profits I have ever visited. If you have the opportunity to visit, I urge you to seriously stop by because your life will forever be changed. There are three volunteers I will always hold the closest to my heart during my visit there and they would be Saif, Mary, and Allen. Saif and Mary are two of the most incredibly inspiring individuals you can meet in your lifetime. Not only have the accomplished so much but they provide the best advice in the world and really make it feel possible that you can overcome anything you may face in life. Allen while I did not get to talk with him much, he still has one of the most welcoming faces and beautiful smile and you just know he has the kindest of hearts.

I ended up here on a school trip to learn about immigration and all I can say is wow, not only did I learn a lot but I gain a new family not only Saif, Mary, and Allen but a few of their participants like Judith, Veronica, Lazaro and more. I came for just a week but I am impressed with how amazing this non-profit and wish we had one in my area. Although, I know Saif and Mary would tell me that I could have one here, and I would just need to create it.

I don't want to yammer on forever, because I know I would but the Center is the heart and soul of not only Anthony but some of the kindest, strongest, most inspiring people you can ever meet. They completely changed my life and if there's anything I could ask for them is to please support them, donate to them, volunteer with them because they truly use all their resources to impact their community.

Thank you.

Donor

Rating: 5

HELP , they help alot of people in many ways they provide a wide variety of programs. Very happy and thankful .

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

The Women's Intraculutural Center is a big part of our community that provides many resources and educational services! Thank you!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

Excellent staff appreciate all they do for community.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 4

No need to improve they are doing a great job

Client Served

Rating: 5

I love the help the Women's Intercultural Center does for the community, from the food distribution to the classes offered. Thank you so much.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

This non profit organization does a very good job with interacting and helping the community with a large variety of problems. It is doing very well as there are always community members present. It could improve by making itself more known to the public.

Client Served

Rating: 5

This profit goes above and beyond expectations. Ms Mary and her son are so helpful!

Client Served

Rating: 5

I am currently taking guitar at the center, and have been since September 2018. I have very much enjoyed my experience. The staff are great and very accommodating. Keep up the great work!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

WInC is a community center, beyond what is the most obvious, their ED serves to empower, educate, and uplift individuals one by one so that they can continue to grow and thrive in their families and their communities, but most importantly, for themselves. This nonprofit center has provided and continues to be a safe place for families to gather, learn, and share.

Client Served

Rating: 5

The Center is such a beautiful place and truly needed not only in Anthony but the world. I can't thank them enough for all of the experiences I had there and to see the impact they are making every day. Truth be told when I first arrived here I was going through a lot of depression. I felt lost and really didn't know what to do with my life. Every second of the day I just thought about it being the last day. I first came to the center as part of a trip for my school. We participated in the border awareness experience program that the center offers. Not really sure why I took the trip and signed up with my school to do it. Trips are randomly assigned so I expected to go somewhere else but I'm so glad I came here.

Upon arriving our group first ended up meeting Saif and little did I know this guy along with another individual would change my life. Just within the first 10 minutes Saif made us feel like we were at our second home and that we were now part of his family. He was so funny and so genuine that we couldn't help but love him. The first day he took us out to see the border highway and scenic drive in El Paso, TX. He showed us where the border was between U.S. and Mexico and a few personal stories of him growing up in El Paso right next to Mexico. Just from this first night alone I knew this was going to be a great week.

The rest of the week we got to meet with Border Patrol, visit a Federal Courthouse and speak with attorneys and judges, met with Las Americas, Human Rights Activists, and more. It was an absolutely incredible experience and I wasn't expecting to see both sides of the issue. My group was primarily one sided but interacting with Border Patrol, the attorneys and judges we definitely opened up our outlook of thinking. We realized we had the power to change what we didn't like and that Border Patrol, Customs, ICE were definitely not the bad guys. They were so open with us and allowing us to ask anything and even shared their own experiences. Immigration wasn't the only issue we touched on because after 5 we had time on our own and while I thought Saif would leave after that time, no he was always there if we needed anything so being able to talk to him was a benefit. By the second night Saif spoke to us about his viewpoints of immigration as a whole but also his viewpoints on other issues. One issue that came up was depression and he talked about someone close to his life suffering depression. At first he believed it was something easy to overcome and never understood why he didn't. He ended up learning that it wasn't an easy thing to overcome and which is why he talks with him everyday and spends time with him checking up on him and doing outings and turning video games into topics of life to overcome depression. Just from talking to him I started to open up to him about my depression and he offered me a few tips of advice which has helped me tremendously. If it wasn't for him I don't believe I would have ever graduated from my university.

Later that week we also ended up meeting Mary the woman who runs the center and if I wasn't already impressed with Saif, I was blown away with her. She was so intelligent, motivational, and so down to earth. She shared with us her story of ending up at the center and all the various places she worked at. She shared with us the importance of understanding both sides of an issue and sitting at the table to make sure our voice is heard and to fight for what we want. She became the type of woman I wanted to be when I grew older. She taught us to speak for ourselves and to speak up, she taught us to love ourselves, she taught us to enjoy life even more just like Saif did.

I could go on and on about everything I learned there, but in the end just know this center changed my life and see them doing that every day with every person that walks through their doors. I was blessed to have come down to Anthony and honored to have met Saif and Mary. Thank you to the both you.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I just wanted to extend my heartfelt thanks to the Director there Mr. Almuhaibi. This past weekend I was visiting my aunt and I had no idea she was a victim of domestic violence. She told me the story of how she came to the center and he opened up the doors to assist her. She talked about how weary she was to speak to him but how he reached out to her and how kind he was and how patient he was to listen to her. She described him as a saint who was placed there to assist her when she truly needed it the most. Upon more research I found out my other family members have also visited for other services the center provides. I am very impressed with their recycling initiatives and their book lending library to promote reading. I am impressed with the variety of classes they offer and how they work to make every participant feel comfortable and address their needs.

I visited the center on Sunday to attend the Xochitl Town Hall meeting because she was a candidate I voted for and I was very impressed by not only the turn out but an incredible job you all did hosting her. I saw that Mary is now the director and was wondering if Mr. Almuhaibi is still around. I was hoping to possibly run into him and thank him for what he did. Upon further research on the facebook page I learned I could do a review. So in essence I love all the work you are doing and I love that so many women have a place to go to when they are in need. Thank you.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Well: creative, resourceful, encompassing, relevant and real Improve: tie in a compost program and sustainable ag education/surrounding community input

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

The WINC is a great place to volunteer and help my community out. They are very welcoming and helpful.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

The Women's Intercultural Center helps me interact with other women in my community. They care for the empowerment and betterment of ALL women.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

The Women's Intercultural Center is providing my community and fellow women with amazing educational opportunities that are unmatched throughout the region.

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I am proud of them for doing, such a wonderful job for the community.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

The Women's Intercultural Center is the hotspot of not only Anthony but El Paso, Las Cruces and all of the small towns around them. They offer a variety of programs that help the community from nutrition classes, diabetes class, small business workshops, couponing etc. They also offer classes that help teach you a new skill or uncover a talent you didn't know you had while also being able to share your story with others and they as well. We're talking about Acrylic Painting, Guitar, yoga, reiki, acudetox and more.

They even offer to classes to help you become a U.S. Citizen and even help you with the paperwork. Essentially the center is a hotspot for not only when you are looking for something to do and unlock new talents, but a center you can come to whenever you need. The leadership behind the center works on meeting not only the needs of the community but ensuring every individual has access to him/her overcome their challenges. A huge shout out to Mary & Saif, the innovaters that keep this center running and the incredible programs that not only they bring, but the pure fact of the amount of heart they give to the center and each and every person that walks through those doors. They are powerful leaders that define what is to give back and what is to help people thrive. Thank you Mary and Saif.