History

Kari's Home for Women, Inc. was founded in October 2012 to help women overcome the stronghold of addictions. The idea for a Christian home for women in the High Country of North Carolina was the combined effort of staff members Eric and Stephanie Davis with Freedom Farm Ministries and John and Michelle Lundgren.

 

The overarching purpose of Kari's Home for Women is to minister to women in a Christian environment and to introduce them to Jesus Christ. All teaching is based on the holy Bible and the women are supported emotionally and in prayer by other Christian women.

Legal

Kari's Home for Women is a registered North Carolina non-profit corporation and recognized by the IRS as a 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt charity.  Our tax identification number is 46-0809300.

Governance

Kari's Home for Women is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors

 

Chairperson - Christa Keller, retired nurse and volunteer at Watauga County Detention Center

Secretary - Nona Lawrence, retired administrator Watauga County Maintenance Dept.

Treasurer - Michelle Lundgren, Donor Ministries Regional Manager, Samaritan's Purse 

Member - Lynn (Addie) Bobbitt - retired elementary teacher and volunteer Boone United Methodist Church

Advisors:

Marcia Carpenter, John Lundgren, Mark Sjitoff, and Harold Gilbert

 

Staff

Jim Quigley - Executive Director 

Margaret Erwin  - House Manager

Ella Stout - Weekend House Manager

Mike Register - Maintenance and grounds