The aim of the foundation is to assist women in life altering situations by making their lives a little bit better. "In a twisting economy it is easy to become displaced," Lynch said. "Some homeless shelters require social worker referral and others have waiting lists -- people are uneducated on how the system works. We take the time to feed the homeless, bring gifts, minister encouraging words, mentor, become a friend, and provide entertainment."
Enchanting Women has only been in existence a little over a year and in has impacted lives already. One recipient of the foundation's services was a high school student who was on the verge of suicide, had tragically lost a sibling in a fire, and was a victim of school bullying. The foundation provided peer support and counseling and showed the student through a caring support system that life was worth their investment. Today the student is, according to Lynch, "a thriving, happy teen."
Ché Santos, vice-president of the foundation, said helping homeless women prepare for housing interviews by assisting in hair, make-up and clothing makeovers gives them a new confidence.
"We believe and know that the changes we help make in lives," Santos said "are due largely in part to the dedication, love and support [we offer] through hands-on and open heart consistent service."