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Run Domestic Violence Out of Town

Through the Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women’s Network, Chicago-area domestic violence service providers come together to raise awareness about domestic violence, as well as money for the organizations. Funds raised help provide comprehensive programs and services for domestic violence providers and their children.

Budget Shutdown

As a national leader on domestic violence issues, CAWC’s Executive Director, Stephanie Love-Patterson, is often contacted by news organizations to share her thoughts. Her opinions are highly valued are valued especially when domestic violence is in the news.

Adopt-A-Family This Holiday Season!

Each year, we provide families with warm holiday memories to make the holiday season special, especially for the children. We want to give them a sense of community and the opportunity to share in the holiday spirit.

Restaurant Industry Night for CAWC

On May 2, 2019, 71 well-known Chicago-area restaurants united to support CAWC and our mission to end domestic violence. We gratefully acknowledge the funds raised and the enhanced awareness about domestic violence. We are happy that this event will once again be held...

CAWC Staff Discusses DV Issues with Senator Durbin

CAWC is very fortunate to have a strong supporter in Illinois Senator Richard Durbin. Senator Durbin was first elected as senator in 1996. He has been the senate democratic whip since 2005. This is the second highest position in the Democratic leadership in the U.S. Senate.

Thank You Revolution Brewing!

The Revolution Brewing team presented CAWC staff with a very generous $20,943 donation on Thursday, April 12th.  Money was raised through Spirit of Revolt beer sales, a beverage that was brewed by female brew masters, as well as sales of t-shirts and posters at a...

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