For the past 3 years Saving Grace has been a safe place for young women across Northwest Arkansas.
Becky Shaffer, the nonprofit's Executive Director, said, "Saving Grace exists for women aging out of foster care, a group home or homeless in Northwest Arkansas. When they come in we try to help them realize they are safe. That they don't have to survive anymore."
The nonprofit offers the women training for life skills like cooking, cleaning and money management.
It also provides them with resources in getting a fresh start in life and partners the women up with mentors.
Gigi, who received assistance from the nonprofit said, "At 19 I didn't know what I was doing, but I came to Saving Grace and it's such an amazing program because they want to help you."
Organizers say it is all about giving the women a fresh start in life and the tools to make it happen.
"It's such an honor, such an honor and I thank God every day to be a part of this," said Schaffer.
Another young woman who received assistance named Kimberley said, "After Saving Grace, after experiencing all of these women who never gave up on me, I mean I feel more confident now and have people who love me."