Simone M. Travis
in June 2006 Vessel of Honour Inc. NFP was born during a graduate program in Chicago, Illinois. VOH o was originally created to provide restorative care services for women of color. However, the recent shift in the social climate has caused a more open multi-cultural identification among individuals thus securing a service niche beneficial to all women. In 2013 VOH registered with the State of Tennessee. In 2018 VOH collaborated with Travis Ministers to launch the “Sweatpants and Socks for Survivors Ministry” this program is on-going serving survivors of sexual assault and suicide as they leave the emergency and continue their recovery process. In 2020 VOH re-instated its 501c3 status with the IRS, registered with Duns and Bradstreet, GuideStar; TN Dept of Revenue and is currently in good standing with all entities.