Eva’s Closet provides parenting and career services to help single mothers and low-income families improve their lives.
Their future is our future: By educating and equipping those who struggle at the lower rungs of society, we empower them to become strong, productive citizens and improve the world for everyone.
These problems don’t exist in a bubble. In fact, they affect us all. If nothing is done, poor parenting, unemployment, and their effects will continue to grow and hurt our society.
We help families who are affected by unemployment, domestic violence, child abuse, child neglect, and financial issues to become stronger and healthier by offering training in parenting and career services. We help people in our community move from complacency and hopelessness to empowerment and self-reliance.
Our parenting and life skill programs help single mothers and low-income families who are struggling and cannot afford parenting classes to enhance their skills. We also help teenage mothers learn how to become more effective parents.
Our career coaching services help breadwinners by providing them with the skills and resources they need to find better employment. This in turn helps them create better livelihoods, better provide for their families, and improve their mental health.
Not only does the Eva’s Closet staff have the training and educational background to deal with the issues of proper parenting and career coaching, but we have also been through the same challenges ourselves. We have experienced the same parenting situations and unemployment challenges that we help our community to solve, which helps us directly relate to the people we are serve.
If you’re uncertain Eva’s Closet can help you, we invite you to attend one of our sessions for free. We are transparent about our programs, and our passion is to help others. We want to help you!
After 46 combined years in the military and federal government, Poland retired from his federal service post as an administrator assigned to the Pentagon on June 30th.
As a nonprofit, we are always looking for help as we serve the community. By supporting Eva’s Closet, you are supporting education and empowerment for single mothers, low-income families, and the underprivileged in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
You can support us in one of two ways, either by donating or volunteering. Donations of any amount are welcome and fully tax-deductible. If you’d like to get directly involved, please contact us about volunteering—we’re always looking for assistance with projects.
On Saturday, October 16th from 9 AM to 11:30 AM, Eva’s Closet will be hosting the free event Inspiring Hope and Resilience, a Virtual Community Forum on Mental Health.