Local Insurance Brokers Donate Blankets to Women’s Crisis Services

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stopped by Women’s Crisis Services today to make a warm gesture. On behalf of the Insurance Brokers Association of Waterloo Region, they donated 140 fleece blankets. Thank you, Insurance Brokers Association of Waterloo Region, for your kindness and thoughtfulness. The women and children we help will feel warm and cozy for years to come, thanks to your warm gesture. Thanks!

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OpenText Supports Abused Women and Children (and We Have that in Writing)

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Employees from OpenText visited Haven House in Cambridge on July 21 to be thanked by the leadership of Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region for their generous support. OpenText dedicated their Spring 2017 campaign to help our Rebuild Haven House campaign. This type of employee-driven campaign in a tech company is ground-breaking for Women’s Crisis Services. We hope that their leadership inspires other companies to reach out...

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Rotarians Re-Building Lives by Building a Bedroom at Haven House

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The Rotary Club of Cambridge North has donated $30,000 towards the “She Deserves It” campaign to re-build Haven House in Cambridge. The club designated their gift towards the campaign’s Build a Bedroom initiative. The bedroom they built includes a private bathroom, window for natural light and fresh air, and a desk with drawers. “We are very grateful for their generosity and moreover their commitment to assist us in helping women and their...

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Miss Teenage Waterloo Region 3rd Annual BBQ Supports Women’s Crisis Services

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Guest post by Kaitlyn Hard working, determined, and creative are just a few words I would use to describe my friends and I. Myself, Ryan, Jalen, Ian, and Kayla spent weeks in advance trying to make June 11 absolutely perfect and we succeeded. It was a charity BBQ for the Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region, a foundation very close to our hearts. This all started in our Future Forums class, and for our summative project we had to go...

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