Woman Abuse Awareness Month- Looking Back

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10 years of success….2006 to 2016 For ten years we have been marking the month of November, Woman Abuse Awareness Month, in a special and impactful way with our community. This past November, we celebrated with a gala and reflected on our accomplishments as an agency over the past decade. In addition to rebuilding both Anselma House in 2011 and Haven House in 2016, from the ground up, here are the highlights from the past 10 years: In 2006, the...

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Wolle Realty Reaches past $10,000 for Women and Children

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  Over $10,073 raised on one day to support Women and their children moving beyond abuse The statistics are alarming; 45% of Women’s Crisis Services (WCSWR) shelter clients are children, and most are under the age of 10. In any given year, this translates to well over 200 kids who have been exposed to abuse and violence in their homes….the one place that should be the most secure and safe for them.  Breaking the inter-generational cycle of...

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Ladies of the Moose

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Sincere thanks to the hard working hands and hearts of the Women of the Moose. We were delighted to accept such personal gifts of hand crafted items to keep abused women and children warm as we head into a cold winter season. We are also very grateful for the care supplies such as shampoo that they provided for us. Thanks to their generosity, we no longer need to ask our community for knitted items this winter! Should your group have some...

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A little hard work from Soroptimist International Cambridge

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Soon we will open the doors to the rebuilt HAVEN HOUSE on Acorn Way in Cambridge. This project has been a long time coming and all of the finer details are now being completed. Furniture is being delivered, doors hung, systems being tested, everything is being cleaned and dusted, pictures hung, paint being touched up. Just last week we received the beds from a local craftsman and the mattresses were placed. With all of this work to be done, we...

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