We've raised $ 116,040 in 17 hours. Join us April 23rd at Pearl.
What the METOO movement has shown us is the need to expand our programming beyond the classroom, and create more programs open to the community at large. For example, in our suburban communities, we have been getting requests for programs for young adults and parents of young adults to discuss how to date in the #metoo era. Corporations want and need to go beyond the legal aspect of sexual harassment and learn ethical considerations. And community groups want to hear how they can help victims.
These funds with enable us to develop curriculum and help fund an educator to deliver the content. ~ Gayle Weinstein for The Center for Sexual Assault
PLEASE SEND YOUR $100 CHECK MADE OUT TO:The Center for Sexual Assault
MAIL TO: BETH KISIELIUS 56 OLD HWY, WILTON, CT 06897
The mission of Women’s Mentoring Network (WMN) is to provide career, educational and personal resources that lead to the economic empowerment of low-income women and their families.
Nominated by Lana Gifas
Our mission is to provide immediate and ongoing peer support to families of children with cancer. Our programs are designed to provide families with everyday essentials to ease the burden of hospitalization, facilitate research and communication with family and friends, brighten a sick child's room, and generally support the family through the difficult days following a cancer diagnosis.
Nominated by Liz Salguero
ABC of Westport seeks to directly impact, on an annual basis, gifted minority students through 4 years of high school and a lifetime thereafter. It is our mission to provide academically gifted, educationally disadvantaged, and highly motivated minority youth an opportunity to live in our community and to study in Westport’s highly regarded Staples High School. We seek to increase the number of well-educated minority youth capable of assuming positions of responsibility and leadership in society.
Nominated by Joanne Heller
Our speakers provide the following information to us before they speak on behalf of their favorite nonprofit. This is good information to read before the next meeting :