The Magdalen House
Our New Home: 4513 Gaston Ave.
Buy a Brick, Give Women Hope
Whether you’re a woman in recovery or an advocate for The Magdalen House, your customized brick tile will give hope to countless alcoholic women for years to come.
Each customized brick tile will be placed on the “Wall of Hope,” a freestanding wall that creates a semi-enclosure to the Meditation Garden.
Bricks from, and honoring, alcoholic women in recovery will face the Meditation Garden under the words “The Other Side” inscribed at the top, with bricks from advocates and supporters facing the main house.
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OUR CURRENT SPACE
251,364 ALCOHOLIC WOMEN IN DFW
One in 11 women in the United States is an alcoholic, an estimated 251,364 women in the Dallas-Fort Worth area alone. Alcoholic women are mothers, sisters, daughters, friends, neighbors, and coworkers, and they are often silently suffering, drinking themselves to death. But there is hope, and there is help. And we believe that every alcoholic woman, regardless of her resources, deserves the opportunity to recover.
REACHING MORE ALCOHOLIC WOMEN
To avoid suspension of our life-saving services and reach the growing number of alcoholic women seeking help, we are renovating a historic home located at 4513 Gaston Avenue, where we will relocate staff and services in early 2021. This will allow us to further our mission to help women achieve sobriety and sustain recovery from alcoholism at no cost and based on 12-Step spiritual principles in a space designed specifically to meet the growing needs of the Dallas-Fort Worth recovery community.
THE NEW SPACE
REAL-TIME CONSTRUCTION CAM
Ways to Give
Split up a larger gift into
a multi-year pledge. To arrange,
please contact us.
It only takes two clicks to start a sharable fundraiser that will help us reach our $3.4M goal!
You are welcome to mail a check, paid to The Magdalen House with “Capital Campaign” in the memo to:
1302 Redwood Circle
Dallas, Texas 75218
Updates and News
- November 11, 2019 – An East Dallas nonprofit is developing a new treatment center in a historic home – Lakewood Advocate
- November 11, 2019 – This Week’s Dallas-Fort Worth Deal Sheet – Bisnow
- November 8, 2019 – Developer KDC is building for an East Dallas nonprofit – The Dallas Morning News
Thank you to all the individuals, foundations, and organizations who have invested in our Legacy of Hope Capital Campaign thus far. Your generosity and investment in our vision have made what was once a dream, a reality.
By supporting the Legacy of Hope Capital Campaign, you are helping The Magdalen House reach a crucial milestone in our agency’s 32-year history.
Kate Dorff and Dave Kroencke, Campaign Chairs
The Magdalen House Staff and Board of Directors
Constantin Foundation, Inc., David M. Crowley Foundation, The Epperson Family Foundation, Hanley Family Foundation, Hillcrest Foundation, Hoblitzelle Foundation, The Hoglund Foundation, The J.E. and L.E. Mabee Foundation, Lowden Family Foundation, The Meadows Foundation, The Moozie Foundation, The Rees-Jones Foundation, Renah Blair Rietzke Family and Community Foundation, The Robert R. and Kay M. Onstead Foundation, Rowling Foundation, Sapphire Foundation, Simmons Sisters Fund, Thornton Family Foundation, The William and Phyllis Snyder Foundation, William and Susan Raglund Fund