Join the WRC’s 2023 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.
Register by November 6th!
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 retailers such as Meijer, Target, and 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:
GIFT DROP-OFF: Dec. 11th & 12th from 9 AM – 5 PM
GIFT PICK-UP: Dec. 14th & 15th from 9 AM – 5 PM
To get started, fill out the form above and return it to us by November 6th.
Please contact Azia Gilbert by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (313) 550-8478 or (231) 941-1210 ext. 121 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
$1 Donation made when purchased through other participating organizations:
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Conversation with Brenda Tracy, founder of Set The Expectation
Registered Nurse, Gang Rape Survivor, Speaker, Activist
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