Taylor-based Enchanted Makeovers works to bring empowering programs to women and children who are re-building their lives in homeless shelters. The organization transforms shelters by beautifying them, and volunteers donate quilts, pillowcases, and other hand-made soft furnishings. Some volunteers also donate their time and skills to help with renovations. Women in the shelters can participate in Sacred Sewing Rooms, where they learn how to sew in rooms decorated with hand-painted murals. Capes for Kids provides donated, hand-made capes for children in shelters to wear, and the Patch Project puts each child’s name on the capes. The Doll Adoption program pairs children in shelters with handmade dolls donated by crafters around the world, and the Traveling Pillowcase program allows women and children to personalize their pillow at each shelter they visit. The organization was founded by Terry Grahl, CEO of the organization, who experienced homelessness as a child.