OpenDoors of Asheville connects local children living in multi-generational poverty with an active, individualized network of support, enrichment and education opportunities. At OpenDoors, we invest in kids who live in poverty so they will learn to invest in themselves and in the end, break the cycle of poverty for themselves and for our community. Get involved.
Saturday March 7th, 2015. Tickets go on sale January 7th for the sixth annual OpenDoors of Asheville fundraiser, dubbed Art Affair 2015: A Starry Night. On the evening of March 7th, 2015, all three Harmony Motors showrooms will be transformed into a gala galaxy to host an evening of elevated celebration. Festivities start at 7 p.m. (VIP […]
By Jen Ramming: OpenDoors loves the middle grades because they are a true test of our methodology, which relies very much on our volunteer TeamLeaders and parents working together to support their students with a “Whatever it Takes” approach. In order to ensure that our 6th graders are at a best-fit school that embraces who […]
By Jen Ramming: OpenDoors of Asheville is made possible by those who are willing to collaborate. WNC is, both historically and today, full of fanatically independent spirits. But on a daily basis we are astonished by the number of people who come forth with their time, money, talent, and hearts to collaborate and make a […]
Thank you to everyone that came out this Sunday to make this year’s Dig the Du a success!
Event photos are available now.
By- Jess-Mara Jordan: Stepping is a type of dance that is done with your entire body being used as an instrument. It is a combination of spoken word, stomping and clapping. It’s origins date back to South Africa where the miners used to make rhythms with their boots, called gumboots, when drumming was not allowed. […]