Magnolia Rose is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing hope and healing for people, especially girls and young women, who have experienced (or are at risk of) sexual exploitation and trafficking in the Shenandoah Valley.
Our vision is to provide opportunities for emotional, economic, and personal empowerment to survivors so that they can break the chains of exploitation and abuse.
healing rooted in hope
We have our very own Magnolia Rose Cottage. The Cottage is an emergency apartment for victims identified by law enforcement. This apartment provides two-week stays for victims, allowing enough time for medical care, forensic interviews, and identifying the appropriate trauma-informed programs for survivors. 24/7 care is provided to the survivors that stay with us at the Cottage. Currently, we only accept referrals from our law enforcement partner agencies. We hope to expand our shelter services in the future.
Our storefront provides opportunities for survivors to have gainful employment and vocational opportunities. We hope to encourage new skills that will lead our survivors to job opportunities in the local community and build a career path that brings them joy.
We are partnering with local businesses to provide job placements for survivors with employers that are trusted and trauma-informed. We have community partners that offer career prep, resume writing, networking sessions, and more!
Our hope is that the store will give survivors the chance to ease back into working as their spend more time focusing on their healing.
come visit us
Our address is:
417 W Main St
Waynesboro, VA 22980
We are located on the Main Street of Historical Downtown Waynesboro. Our shop is the former Blue Moon Galleries Building, next to Green Leaf Grill and across the street from Sam's Hot Dogs.
Coming soon! We'll be restocking our online shop so you can shop whenever you want.
The Drop-In Center
Behind our storefront is our survivor drop-in center. The center offers supportive services and resources for survivors to get help in an informal, safe environment.
Our center will offer space for life-skills classes, support groups, counseling, and healing programs for survivors. Additionally, the center offers space for community agencies to come and connect with survivors.
Most of all, we want to give survivors a helping hand in getting back on their feet, while giving them the skills they need to thrive.