2022 Back to School Campaign and Supply Drive Benefitting Children Survivors of Domestic Violence.
More than half of the individuals served by Women In Distress are children. Your donation will help provide therapy, counseling, advocacy, school supplies, suitable clothing, and most of all the reassurance that even today, a fresh start can lead to success for the children of domestic violence survivors.
Help children and teens impacted by domestic violence return to school prepared and equipped to learn by donating to the Women In Distress Back-to-School Supply Drive. Please note we are especially in need of items for our middle and high school students.
Here’s how you can help our kids have a great school year:
Shop for supplies and drop-off August 1st through August 4th.
Schedule your drop off: firstname.lastname@example.org / 954-760-9800, Ext. 1436
Drop-off new supplies to:
Women In Distress Jim and Jan Moran Family Center
4700 NW 3rd Avenue, Pompano Beach 33064
Women In Distress Thrift Store
1372 North State Road (between Copans Rd.& Coconut Creek Parkway) Margate 33063
Order school supplies from our Amazon Wish List: https://a.co/iKn952s
Make a secure monetary online donation: click here.
Mail checks and gift cards to:
Women In Distress, Attention: Development
P.O. Box 50187, Lighthouse Point, FL 33074
Make checks payable to Women In Distress of Broward County.
it is our honor to name our annual Back-to-School Drive
JOANNE C. DELIZZA
November 23, 1958 — November 28, 2020
Joanne dedicated her life to helping others. First, as a pharmacist (University of Florida, Gainesville) and in a more direct and soulful way, as a yoga teacher. One of her proudest achievements was when she accumulated the 1000 teaching hours required to be designated E-RYT-500, whereby “E” represents an Experienced Yoga instructor. Joanne specialized in restorative and gentle yoga focusing on the body, movement, and injuries of her students. In doing so, she presented a myriad of modifications, offering options and alternatives targeting the unique needs of each student.
She was an amazingly helpful and kind person who would go out of her way to respond to any request she heard, felt, or perceived. Joanne became an enthusiastic supporter of the mission of Women In Distress after Board of Trustee Lois Herman introduced her to the agency. Joanne’s commitment to the mission of stopping domestic violence for everyone through intervention, education and advocacy was so profound that she directed a major gift to Women In Distress in her estate plan.