Join the WRC’s 2022 Holiday Needs Giving Program!
Please consider being part of this special giving program by adopting a family in need and making their holiday season a happy one!
Here are ways you can help:
- Adopt a family and shop for items on a family’s wish list
- Adopt a family and create a “Giving Tree” at your organization, and work as a team to fulfill a family’s wish list
- Donate gift cards to national retailers such as Target & Walmart or give VISA gift cards
- Make a cash/check donation. Make checks payable to “WRC”; write “Holiday Needs Program” on the memo line.
- Volunteer to be a helper on drop-off and pick-up dates
Our gift drop-off dates are December 12th and 13th 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Our pick-up dates are December 15th and 16th from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sign Up by November 8th. Fill Out Holiday Needs Form Here
Please contact Jan Tuohy by email at email@example.com or call (313) 550-8478 if you have any questions.
Special Events and Dates to Save:
Plaidurday at Iron Fish Distillery
A hoedown party for a cause
October 7 (7:00-9:00 pm)
The Filling Station
Pizza and beer specials benefiting the WRC
2% of sales donated to the WRC
All Levels Donation Class
October 29, 3:00 pm
Community Fundraisers Running Through the Month of October:
Sweet treats for the WRC
House of Dank
Product specials to support the WRC
Join the Mug Club: Membership dues donated to the WRC
Round up all month to give back to survivors
WRC Coffee by Higher Grounds
$5 donation made to WRC on every bag bought directly from Higher Grounds
$1 Donation made when purchased through other participating organizations:
Tom’s Food Market
Important Community Discussion with Attorney General Dana Nessel
Every 16 hours, a woman is fatally shot by a current or former intimate partner.
On Thursday, May 26th Attorney General Dana Nessel joined us to discuss the connection between gun violence and domestic violence and what we need to know about both.
Conversation with Brenda Tracy, founder of Set The Expectation
Registered Nurse, Gang Rape Survivor, Speaker, Activist
On Wednesday, April 27th we discussed gender-based violence prevention through the work of Brenda Tracy’s nonprofit organization, Set The Expectation.
Set The Expectation is dedicated to ending sexual and interpersonal violence through prevention work with men, advocacy, and engagement with agencies serving survivors and their families.
A Q&A on sexual assault in our community by local attorney Doug Fierberg
Before watching the video, a note of warning: the topic we discussed contained graphic language about sexual assault and violence.