New kitchen for Turning Pointe clients


September 14, 2023

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Last month, the Shelton-Mason County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the grand reopening of the kitchen at the nonprofit Turning Pointe Survivor Advocacy Center in Shelton.

Turning Pointe Survivor Advocacy Center in Shelton recently completed redesigning and renovating its kitchen that serves adults and children who are victims or witnesses of domestic violence.

The project was funded by $130,000 in private donations, including money from the Ben B. Cheney Foundation, Mary Kay Ash Foundation, Sampson Family Foundation and Forest Foundation. The kitchen was closed to clients for three months while staff and volunteers prepared meals for them.

"The idea was to create a functional, warm, welcoming space for shelter clients to cook, meet and participate in shelter...

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