Last year, Women of Achievement allowed for the following to occur: more than 350 individuals without jobs received crucial job-readiness training; more than 1,800 victims of domestic violence and their children
had access to 24/7 emergency shelter, safety planning, counseling, support groups and court advocacy; nearly 100 children (70% of whom are from low-income families) received quality, affordable early-child education and aftercare programs; 11 elderly female victims of abuse or chronic homelessness had a permanent apartment in a loving community; minority populations in Kanawha, Clay and Boone counties
have a sea of advocates – working fearlessly toward the elimination of racism; and more than 350 exchanges and 443 parental visits were safely monitored. Help us achieve even more this year by joining us for this event! For more information on sponsorships, please reach out to Laura Tolley, YWCA Development & Marketing Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 304.340.3557.