Answer- Yes. We are a supporting organization to Turning Point Center. We are not involved in the management or day to day operations of Turning Point Center.

Answer- Isha Desselle, founder of TPC, has her hands full. While they have the capability to accommodate and manage more residents, they don’t have the ability to constantly raise awareness and funds.

Answer-Once the construction is over, Turning Point Center, which is a 501(c)(3), will start allowing women & children to move in.

Answer-Yes. Your money goes straight to Turning Point, which is a 501(c)(3).

Answer-We will continually raise awareness and raise the funds needed for TPC to sustain it’s operations.

Answer-Any elderly homeless person over the age of 55 who doesn’t have any addiction and some women and children who have been displaced or fallen on hard times.

Answer-No. Neither the staff nor the board of directors receive any type of compensation. All funds are used for construction, administration and marketing of WWBB. We didn’t create this to take salaries. We believe that non-profit work should be donation of time and money without expecting any type of compensation in return.