THE HATRACK

WHAT IS THE HATRACK?

The HatRack is one of the most important ways that Women’s Action Network gives back to the community. The HatRack provides hats, wigs, and scarves – free of charge – to anyone who is undergoing chemotherapy and suffering hair loss due to other disease or treatment. The HatRack serves both men and women. It is made available by fundraising efforts of WAN, community donations, along with grant funds received by the Greenville Area Community Foundation.
The HatRack YouTube video advertises our previous phone number. Please note our new number (616) 824-2003.
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HOURS OF OPERATION

The HatRack is located at 124 W. Grove Street, Greenville, MI 48838. Park in the Habitat for Humanity parking lot and take the sidewalk a few feet East on Grove to The HatRack entrance door.
We are open every Monday from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. or by appointment. To make an appointment contact The HatRack Director, Caryl Wood at cmwood@hughes.net or call Caryl at home: (616)754-0024.
You can also contact WAN directly at (616)824-2003 or wanmontcalm@gmail.com.

VOLUNTEERING IS A REWARDING EXPERIENCE

Would you like to be a volunteer at The HatRack? Volunteer shifts are 3 hour segments on Mondays. Hours are 10:00am – 1:00pm and 1:00pm-4:00pm.
Please contact WAN directly at (616)824-2003 or wanmontcalm@gmail.com.
Thank you to our volunteers who donate their time and share in our passion of helping those with hair loss.
Client Survey Response
My sister and I stopped at the hat rack yesterday. I was impressed with the help provided and fitting for a wig. You had such a nice selection of wigs hats and scarves. Thank you for this great service.
We are so fortunate to have the services available in our area and feel there is a great need for them being here as well. It means enough to me that I can am considering volunteering there as well. The other thing that I find is they offer a wide variety of things which clients may be able to use and to help lift their spirits during wherever their journey is taking them.
It made me feel like someone cares, thank you.
The hat rack meant so much to me at a time when I can hardly think this is happening to me. My mind is so full of medical things in chemo and Define the service so close to home for free was a god-sent sign to me. Thank you for your service to our community.
It is devastating when you learn that you have cancer. And then to learn that hair loss would come from chemotherapy treatments is another adjustment. Then I learned about The HatRack, supported by Women’s Action Network, that is right here in our own community. Having a comfortable and private place to be services was really important to me.You have offered me wigs, scarves, hats and whatever else I need to make me more comfortable during this time of transition. The staff was so helpful in meeting my needs. Never before going through anything like this, they answered my questions and gave me good advice. I can’t thank you enough for the service you provide. Please continue to support the cancer patient in our area. I will certainly spread the word to those in need.
I think what they are doing at The HatRack is a blessing to people who are going through what I have been going through. This has helped in so many ways.
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WAN’s goal for the HatRack is to increase the number of community acknowledgement of our services. How did you hear about the HatRack?

Did the volunteer assist you graciously and make sure you were left having a positive experience?

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