Stephanie Bowman Has One (Big) Heart

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Over 20 years ago, Stephanie Bowman found herself homeless and living on the streets. After suffering sexual assault, addiction and losing custody of her children, Stephanie knew something had to change. She walked into treatment with nothing, and connected with 23 other woman who, although all different, connected over feeling broken. She made it her mission that no other woman would ever be in the same position, stranded without resources. After volunteering with other charities, Stephanie opened One Heart for Women and Children. She shares with Secily Wilson how the all-volunteer organization is now able to help over 20,000 people a month.

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