Category Archives: Donor Voices

Proof that big help does come in small packages

WEAVE’s programs and services are made possible through the help of more than 200 volunteers each year.   These volunteers include college students who complete internships for a variety of programs including Marriage and Family Therapy, Social Work, Human Services, Human … Continue reading

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Children’s Building Renovations Completed!

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It’s Time to Play

Today, we completed renovations to our Children’s Building on the Safehouse campus.  The building was originally the vision of the late B.T. Collins who raised the funds to build the structure through his birthday party.  He dreamed of a safe … Continue reading

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WEAVE Receives FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award

Friday, March 16, 2012 Greetings from Washington D.C.! As I post this note, I am just leaving the national headquarters of the FBI. Luckily my visit with them is not top secret – in fact it is something I wanted … Continue reading

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You Can’t Cover Up a Black Eye with a Shirt

Unlike other injuries sustained due to domestic violence, the eyes cannot easily be masked or hidden. Outside of sunglasses, eye injuries are not easily concealed. Eye injury – one of the most common of all domestic violence injuries – is … Continue reading

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