The purpose of Project Dignity of WNC is to provide feminine hygiene and related products to girls and women in Hendersonville and surrounding areas who are homeless, low-income, or victims of domestic abuse.

What We Do

Project Dignity of WNC Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to provide feminine hygiene products to women and girls in Hendersonville and surrounding areas who might be homeless, low-income, or victims of domestic abuse.

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Why Should I Get Involved?

Did you know SNAP or Food Stamps do not allow the purchase of feminine hygiene products? Women and girls are often absent from work and school during their “time of the month” because they don’t have proper personal health products.

How You Can Help

Project Dignity of WNC provides feminine products to 15 agencies and 30 schools in Henderson and Buncombe counties.

Project Dignity of WNC serves 560 women monthly by providing over 5,000 tampons and over 4,000 pads.

Our Latest Work

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Looking for a fun way to get involved with Project Dignity of WNC? This Sunday, Asheville Artist (and our webmaster) Natalie Ray and her large scale watercolor series On the Road will be featured for one night only at Little Jumbo in Asheville’s historic Montford neighborhood, and 10% of the proceeds will go to Project Dignity! The exhibition party will take place on Sunday, August 18th from 5-7pm at Little Jumbo at 241 Broadway St. near downtown Asheville.

This exhibition features a series of large-scale watercolor and gold original paintings featuring both locally and internationally known jazz musicians. Performers such as The Core, Justin Ray, Jacob Rodriguez, Zack Page, Bill Bares, and many other Asheville musicians are the subjects in this series. Also featured in this series are frozen moments from international stages as Natalie travels around the world with her musician husband on the current Michael Bublé world tour.

We hope to see you there!
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A video of Barb’s presentation will be available on Tryon Rotary club website.