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Connections for Abused Women and their Children are seeking an experienced major donor professional looking to build their career with practical, hands on experience, in a truly impactful role. CAWC needs a entrepreneurial candidate to not only help develop and...
By Marielena Leon,HCIP Northwestern Counselor and Advocate Survivors of DV face a lot of barriers, one of which is the lack of support or pressured support. Being a support system for someone who is in an abusive relationship can be a bit confusing and at times...
By Colleen Montgomery, LCSW, CCTP Outreach Services Coordinator CAWC’s Hospital Crisis Intervention Project (HCIP) provides supports and services to domestic violence survivors when they are seeking medical intervention by maintaining onsite Counselor Advocates to...
Get involved with CAWC events and activities
Take a stand, take action, and meet other inspiring people while making a difference. We’ll see you at our next event.
Associate Board Fundraiser: Fall Cooking Class with Private Chef Ryan Silvere
When: Thursday, November, 12, 2020 at 7pm CT
Tickets:$15 + Donation (Pay what you can!)
Where: Virtual! We will email the class link to registrants 30 minutes before the class begins
Looking to support your community during the COVID-19 pandemic? Want to treat yourself to some well deserved self-care after another week of social distancing? Join the CAWC Associate Board for a Virtual cooking class with private chef Ryan Silver @ryansilver. You will be emailed a recipe in advance then all you need to do is log in and join the virtual class to cook along with this incredible chef!
Run Domestic Violence Out of Town
When: October 13, 2019
Where: Bank of America Chicago Marathon
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.
Breaking free and growing strong, together
Women from every walk of life can suffer from domestic violence. Together, we can all rise above.