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“The vision for The Well was born out of a need for a place for women to go and be refreshed and revived. I wanted a gathering place where you could grab a coffee, have a conversation and even get work done! We no longer have a well at the center of town where we go encourage one another and share about our lives all while getting something accomplished! I hope you can come to The Well and not only work on a project at a desk, achieve health goals in a fitness class but also leave encouraged knowing you have a community of women who support you! The verse in Hebrews encompasses this so beautifully,  "And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another." Kristen Lucas, Co-Founder


“My dream for The Well is for women to find a place to feel safe. We all have a story. Some stories are harder than others, but each one of us has felt alone or lost at a certain time in our lives. We serve a God of grace, love, mercy, and forgiveness. I want to be a part of an environment where women can offer that to one another. The need for workspace WITH childcare is so evident. Many women stay at home and try to work to help provide for their families and feel the guilt of working while their children are in the next room watching TV, or even climbing on them at their desk. The Well will be a place where we can feel good about the attention our children are getting while we use our gifts, passions, and abilities to create, work, or learn.” Kara Lee, Co-Founder


“I wish I had The Well when I was a new mom, tired, overwhelmed and battling anxiety and depression. I could have used a rest. I could have used a community of women to build me up and pray for me. Instead, I suffered alone in silence. The Well is going to save lives and bring light into the darkness that so many moms feel.” Arianna Bogart, Board Secretary


"Genuine sisterhood , I believe each woman longs for it. Longs to be known completely and loved unconditionally, longs to be a part of a tribe that bears with one another and celebrates one another, and arm in arm commit to the mission of making the world a better place. In the last year, I have had the privilege to be a small part of The Well, and in that time I have had a deep longing fulfilled by a group of powerful, kind, passionate women! Join us downtown at The Moniker Warehouse, bring your babies, let them play with our amazing caretakers, and become apart of a community that will inspire your soul. To the naked eye, this is a collaborative workspace for women and mothers, but it is truly so much more than that. Come experience it for yourself." Breanne Burrier, stay at home mom of 2


“I wish there had been The Well when I started my business. It is a cost-effective and fun solution to having a professional, working office to conduct business. I also love the idea of taking classes and learning new things.” Lee Seville, single working woman


“Life was extremely tough with 3 small children, single parent. I honestly felt all alone. If only I had a place to go to take my babies, have a workspace and know they were close to me, I would not have felt the mom guilt that I carried everywhere with me for so many years. The Well is a vision coming true for ALL women, children, mothers, grandmothers to feel connected, and support one another. It is so needed.” Arleene Ruvalcaba, stay at home mom of 4


“I think the Well is a beautiful organization with such a beautiful heart to it. As a woman who was raised by a teenage single mother, often times she had to choose between me (her child) and her own personal successes and ambitions. I have 4 siblings total and my mother is still going to school. However, it’s been tough to see her balance her studies while trying to make sure were are getting our homework done, and going to rehearsals and sports practices. So for me, The Well is for women like my mom who just can’t do it all, and need help and a community. I’m lucky enough and so blessed to have been given such a great love for children, and this opportunity allows me to not only love on these children, but also teach them about the love God has for them while also meeting the school standards for math, reading, science, and writing.” Bria McClain, single working woman