Sunday, 22 April 2012
War on Women, vol 3,
On any given day in Canada, more than 3,000 women (along with their 2,500 children) are living in an emergency shelter. And half of all women in Canada have experienced at least one incident of physical or sexual violence since the age of 16.
Shelter from the Storm, a movement across Canada to end violence against women is challenging everyone to help these women and their children and overcome the greatest challenge of their lives and build a brighter future for our sisters, mothers, daughters, and friends.To this end, an event has been organized.....
Live on Julie and Paula - An Evening for Paula Menendez and Julie Crocker in support of the Canadian Women's Foundation
Friday April 29, 2011
6:30 p.m. Reception
7:30 p.m. Dinner
Old Mill Inn and Spa
21 Old Mill Road, Toronto, ON
Host: Farah Nasser, CTV News Anchor
The Crocker and Menendez families are proud to be hosting the second annual charity event in memory of Julie Crocker and Paula Menendez to support the Canadian Women’s Foundation Shelter from the Storm campaign and raise awareness about domestic violence.
Tickets $150 each (tax receipt for $100) To order tickets visit: www.liveonjulieandpaula.com or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Shelter from the Storm is Canada's largest national fundraising campaign dedicated to ending violence against women. Funds raised will support community violence prevention programs and over 425 shelters for abused women across Canada. The campaign runs from April 16 until May 13, and, during this time, Winners and HomeSense stores across Canada will be selling limited edition Shelter from the Storm custom products to raise awareness and funds for ending violence against women. For more information, or to make a donation, please visit www.shelterfromthestorm.ca.
About Canadian Women's Foundation
The Canadian Women's Foundation is Canada's public foundation for women and girls who empower women and girls in Canada to move out of violence, out of poverty and into confidence. Since 1991, they've invested in over 1,100 community programs across Canada, and are now one of the ten largest women's foundations in the world. Taking a positive approach to address root causes of the most critical issues facing women and girls, they study and share the best ways to create long-term change and bring community organizations together for training and to learn from each other with a special focus on building a community of women helping other women. Helping women creates safer families and communities, and a more prosperous society for all of us by investing in the power of women and the dreams of girls.