empowers working families
as they transition to self-sustainability by facilitating mentorship, housing, and a unified community network.
How we began
In 2016, three clergy sat down together to voice frustration about the lack of affordable housing in Winchester. After two years of conversation and research, Winchester Together began to dream about what a support network would look like for working families to alleviate some of the stresses they face every day, while attempting to stay away from the one crisis that would push them back into homelessness.