Women In Distress
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Thank you for Taking a Step to End Domestic Violence.
Women In Distress of Broward County thanks you for participating in our 19th Annual SafeWalk-Run 5K Presented by Ultimate Software on Saturday, February 24th at Nova Southeastern University. Thank you to our sponsors, donors, walkers, runners and volunteers for taking a step to end domestic violence abuse in our community.
Because of You …
More than $78,000 has been raised through donations, sponsorships and fundraising efforts so far.
Because of You …
Critical services can be provided to MORE survivors of domestic violence at no cost such as:
A special Thank You goes out to our key sponsors including Presenting Sponsor Ultimate Software, JM Family Enterprises and Southeast Toyota Distributers, Thomas Family Foundation, Memorial Healthcare Systems, Host Sponsor Nova Southeastern University, The Kelsey Group, Hays Companies, SBA Communications and Cox Media Group/Easy 93.1 FM, our Media Sponsor.
Women In Distress is able to continue to support families impacted by domestic violence and help them find the strength in becoming a SURVIVOR. Without you, none of this would be possible.
Event photos are posted below.
Runners, your may view your race times posted by Split Second Timing. Click here for RACE TIMES.
Please note that Split Second Timing referees all timing questions.
Congratulations to all the SafeWalk participants and race winners, and thank you all for making a difference in the lives of the families we serve.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES PLEASE CONTACT CINDY BIBLIOWICZ OR CALL (954) 760-9800 EXT. 1236
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT REGISTRATION AND FUNDRAISING PLEASE CONTACT MATT WILLIAMS OR CALL (954) 760-9800 EXT. 1254.
WOMEN IN DISTRESS’ 12th ANNUAL STARFISH LUNCHEON
Women In Distress will be celebrating our 12th Annual Starfish Luncheon on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at the Signature Grand in Davie, FL.
We hope you will join us for this very special event where we will honor those who have made a significant contribution to improve the lives of survivors of domestic violence. Enjoy a delicious lunch, a fabulous silent auction, and wonderful raffle prize, including a trip to Atlantis! All proceeds will benefit Women In Distress and help us continue to provide critical services to families affected by domestic violence.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities, contact Cindy Bibliowicz, Director of Marketing and Development at 954.760.9800 ext. 1236 or cbibliowicz@WomenInDistress.org.
Click here to download a Sponsorship Packet.
May 2, 2018 | Signature Grand
6900 W. State Road 84 Davie, FL 33317
Silent Auction – 11am
Luncheon & Program – 12pm
2018 STARFISH HONOREES
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation – Neighborhood Builder Grant
Sandy and Kenny Tate
The following Funds at the Community Foundation of Broward:
Tate Family Foundation Fund, Kiwanis Club of Fort Lauderdale Charitable Fund,
James K. Oppenheimer Fund, Evan Bell-Greenbaum Fund, and
Peter Cooper Charitable Foundation Fund
Nancy Brown – The Fritch Foundation
Broward County Commissioner Senator Nan H. Rich
Special Starfish award to a domestic violence survivor
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
Gift cards to Publix, Walmart, Albertsons, Winn Dixie, and Target to help purchase turkeys, hams and other perishable food items. Due to limited refrigeration and freezer space, we are unable to
accept fresh hams and turkeys.
ROLLS, PIES AND CAKES
JARS AND BOTTLES
**New and unwrapped gifts only. No violent toys, guns, weapons or videogames.
You may also mail a check payable to
The Herman’s have always believed in the importance of helping others and have supported Women In Distress for many years. “We believe in WID’s mission to end domestic abuse for everyone through intervention, education and advocacy. Through our commitment, we have learned firsthand just how important it is to help keep families safe, stated Hal.”
Even when children don’t see domestic abuse, they usually know it’s happening. It can affect them deeply. More than 50% of women experiencing domestic abuse live in households with children under 12. These children are more likely to exhibit behavioral issues and physical health problems, including depression, anxiety, and violence toward peers.
Through the Hal Herman Children’s Fund (HHCF) and the generosity of donors, the smallest survivors of domestic violence can receive the support they need — supervised care while their parent is in counseling, and help from specialized therapists that use play therapy, art therapy and more to help these children break the cycle of domestic violence. To learn more about the Hal Herman Children’s Fund and the HHCF Celebration Wall.