Woman’s Warehouse was birthed to Empower Women.

Woman’s Warehouse was birthed to Empower Women.

Unfortunately, over the centuries, it has been presumed that a woman’s role is to be subservient.

She has been labelled with the word “helper” and this has led to the belief that the Creator gave primary roles and responsibilities to men, and secondary, supporting roles to women. It has led to practices that communicate that women are second class citizens at home, in the workplace and religious platforms. None of this is true. There is nothing second class about the Creator’s vision for His daughters, and when He created woman, He called her “EZER” and in this word lies the truth of who woman are.

Ezer is a Hebrew word used in biblical terms. The word Ezer comes from two root words meaning to rescue, to help, to save and to be strong. An EZER protects, rescues, delivers, is a shield and a strong tower.

The Woman’s Warehouse motto is to unashamedly reject this notion that woman was created to serve the man, and to declare that in fact, women were created to co-exist with man. Without the woman, the man is only half the story.

At the foundation of our purpose is the simple truth that a woman is created as an equal.

Our Objective

With this in mind, Woman’s Warehouse is designed to Inform, Educate and Uplift women.

There will be 4 primary sections to the business:

  • DIY
  • AUTOMOTIVE
  • SAFETY
  • INTIMATE HEALTH

Mission and Vision

Mission Statement

The mission of Woman’s Warehouse is to bring together a diverse mix of woman from all walks of life for personal empowerment, self development, and self-sufficiency in the home, social and workplace.

Vision

Our vision is to be a premium resource for woman to have the opportunity to learn new skills, become self-sustaining and independent. We also seek to be an advocate for women’s rights, promoter of equality and a driving force against gender based violence.

“It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent.”

“It took me quite a long time to develop a voice, and now that I have it, I am not going to be silent.”

Madeleine Albright