What’s Inside This Issue
- A Message from the Executive Director
- Direct Services Scoop
- Education Enlightenment
- Voices of a WOARRIOR
- 2019 #SAAM Highlights
- Upcoming Events
What's Inside This Issue: A Message from the Executive Director, Direct Services Scoop, Education Enlightenment, Voices of a WOARRIOR, 2019 #SAAM Highlights, and Upcoming Events.
Good Morning #WOARRIORS! Today is a BIG day for us here at WOAR. Tonight, we will honor three remarkable #WOARRIORS; NBC 10’s Tracy Davidson, Councilmember Blondell Reynolds-Brown and Councilmember Helen Gym for their continuous support of our mission and those we serve. But that’s not the secret. We are excited to officially announce that WOAR – Women Organized Against Rape will be now known as: WOAR – Philadelphia Center Against Sexual Violence.
Human Trafficking Grant by VOCA. We are pleased to announce that we have been awarded funding from Victims of Crime Act (VOCA). This funding will support WOAR’s Wrap Around Services for Victims of Human Trafficking.
Come and celebrate Women Organized Against Rape’s Bridge of Courage Award recipients and the NEW Carole Johnson Humanitarian Award recipient at the Kimpton Hotel Monaco Philadelphia on April 10th, 2018. WOAR's Bridge of Courage event
WOAR is happy to announce the launch of our Safe Bars Philly initiative! Our Education and Outreach team is now training staff at bars, restaurants, and other alcohol-serving establishments throughout the city to more effectively
Title IX was signed into law on June 23, 1972 and prohibits any discrimination based on sex in any educational program or activity that uses federal funding. Therefore, any traditional education institution (both public and
WOAR is participating in Giving Tuesday! Giving Tuesday is special call to action to create a global day of giving that brings diverse organizations and communities around the world together to give back. You don’t
The Women's Law Project's Terry Fromson, Joe Biden, and Senator Patrick Leahy honored by the American Bar Association The American Bar Association's Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence (ABA) awarded Terry L. Fromson and 19