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Hidden Gems: Meet Loree Tamayo of LTCM

Today we’d like to introduce you to Loree Tamayo. They and their team shared their story with us below:
Loree Tamayo is an abuse survivor. The trauma and abuse she endured in her adolescent years unconsciously attracted flawed relationships. After the divorce from her abusive marriage, Loree used that experience as a catalyst to examine why she’s made poor choices when it came to relationships.

Williamson County nonprofits raise $1 million in 24 hours

Williamson County nonprofits raised over $1 million during the first Amplify Wilco Day last Wednesday, March 6. Amplify Wilco was part of the 12th annual Amplify Austin fundraiser, which is run through the nonprofit I Live Here I Give Here. A total of 72 Williamson County-serving nonprofits participated in the 24-hour fundraising event. The campaign resulted in…

Liberty Hill nonprofit Yesterday’s Gone brings transitional housing, support services to trauma survivors

Offering women “a place to live and a place to heal,” nonprofit organization Yesterday’s Gone is opening March 22 in Liberty Hill. Founded and led by Loree Tamayo, Yesterday’s Gone serves and provides transitional housing for women rebuilding their lives after trauma and abuse.

Empowering women toward a brighter future

Yesterday's Gone offers safe environment from trauma, abuse.
For several years, Loree Tamayo has nurtured a heartfelt project and now, at last, it is set to bloom. This month, they will get to open the doors to a venture that is near and dear to her heart. The grand opening of Yesterday’s Gone on March 22 heralds the commencement of a transformative journey towards a brighter future for women in need, especially those who have suffered trauma and abuse.


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