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For full information and to register or volunteer:
Click here to go to the Willow Walk/Red Shoe Run website.
Or call The Willow at 785-331-2034, ext. 105.
The Willow Domestic Violence Center took part in the festivities of the Lawrence St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday, March 17, 2012. Many staff members, Board members and volunteers helped celebrate by passing out candy to the crowd.
Thank you to everyone who attended the self defense class at Title Boxing. All proceeds went to The Willow Domestic Violence Center.
More self defense classes coming soon! Check back or contact Title Boxing at 785-856-2696 for more information.
Click here for photos of the class on Title Boxing's Facebook page.
Lawrence, KS — January 27, 2012 — The Willow Domestic Violence Center Board of Directors is pleased to announce the hiring of Joan Schultz as the new Executive Director for the organization. Ms. Schultz has served as interim Executive Director for the past six-plus months.
“During Joan’s time as Interim Executive Director, she has exceeded expectations. She has energized staff and created an atmosphere that values staff development and accountability, along with creating a climate of trust with the Board,” said Caitlin Day Wedel, Willow Board President. “Joan understands and has acted upon the importance of making The Willow visible in the community and personally becoming involved here. We are confident she will continue to help expand the critical services that we currently offer.”
Must be 18 years or older to attend
This group offers support, counseling and empowerment to survivors of Domestic Violence
For more information please contact The Willow Domestic Violence Center
Lawrence-Based Agency Now "The Willow Domestic Violence Center"
LAWRENCE, KAN. — March 15, 2010 — Domestic violence shelter and services provider Women’s Transitional Care Services today announces its new name: The Willow Domestic Violence Center.
The new name better reflects the organization’s mission: to restore the health and safety of victims of family and domestic violence. The name’s imagery was inspired by the strength and resiliency of willow trees, whose branches are known to sprout new roots, even when they have broken and fallen. Read More >>