The Sheepfold : Shelter, refuge, and a new beginning for abused mothers and their children

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May 2021

Adrienne’s Story


This is wording from a Facebook post that we have permission to use from Adrienne Zieglar:


My children and I are well. You played such a huge role in our success. I am currently pursuing my Bachelor’s in Sociology with an emphasis in Social Work so I can give back to DV advocacy.


I hope to one day come back to you all and share my testimony and maybe even volunteer as an advocate there. Two more years academically and I will be done. I want you all to know that what you do for us who have been victims of domestic violence is in comparison to none.


I always tell people that I love you guys and never felt safer anywhere like when we were with you; you all made it so that I could be self-sufficient again. Not only do you have a Jesus centered culture, you really care about your families! Thank you for everything you have done for my babies and I. I cannot thank you enough and I look forward to helping out when I graduate.



Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.

- Proverbs 3:5-6 ESV


Driver Training School


A resident is starting her behind the wheel training! One goal some of our residents have is attaining their driver license. Doing so allows them to become more independent and provide safe transportation for their family.


After earning their license, they are able to receive a donated car. Having their own vehicle and not relying on public transportation makes a huge difference in their quality of life!


Your support and prayers for all the residents working towards independence is so appreciated!


- Chrissy, House Manager



Fun with “Pie Face” Game!


Being a mother is learning about strengths
you didn’t know you had.

-Linda Wooten

If you know someone in Domestic Violence, please have them call the National Domestic Violence Hotline 800-978-3600 or the Sheepfold 877-743-3736.


Sheepfold Boutique


Shop or donate new and gently used goods at:


Sheepfold Boutique

810 N. Tustin St.

Orange, CA 92867

Easter Thank You!!!

Thank you for the wonderful Easter baskets! As a parent, the greatest joy is to see my children smile and be filled with joy.


The generosity of your time and the thought that went into every basket was amazing. As a Sheepfold mom, acts like these motivate me and open my eyes to see God does have angels on earth.


May the Lord multiply and bless you all and I hope you all had a wonderful Easter. Words cannot express how grateful I am but know that the joy we all felt was amazing!


Thank you all again so much.


- Sheepfold Mom


A grandmother is a little bit parent, a little bit teacher,
and a little bit best friend.

- Unknown


Happy Mother's Day!


She opens her mouth with wisdom, and the
teaching of kindness is on her tongue.

- Proverbs 31:26

Giving to The Sheepfold


To make a donation, please visit us online at:


Or, you may text the dollar amount you would like to donate to (714) 942-5560 and follow the prompts.


Thank you for your generosity!!


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