Support The YWCA in Style at the Spring Trunk Show; Kick off Women’s History Month in Style
One of the things that makes our community great is that we get to work alongside locally-owned businesses that support our mission. One of those businesses, Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options, is offering a fun spring event called a Trunk Show. A portion of sales will be designated to the YWCA in honor of Women’s History Month. Not only can you shop local and find a new, stylish look for spring, but you’ll support the YWCA Women’s Shelter, too!
This fun event will be:
- Thursday March 2, from 3-7 p.m. (view event flyer)
- Located at Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options
- Fun for the whole family
The Spring Trunk Show is in honor of Women’s History Month, and will offer an opportunity to experience a special exhibit featuring the YWCA Women’s Shelter.
The Spring Trunk Show offers exclusive gifts and fun including:
- View new and exclusive lines of designer sunglasses and eyewear styles
- Giveaways, including lenses, frames and one pair of Ray Ban sunglasses
- A chance to sample local products from Rodan + Fields, Lipsense and Under the Zigba Tree – a fair trade business that helps support women and children who are victims of human trafficking
- Receive a free goodie bag, while supplies last
- Refreshments served
- Special Trunk Show discounts (read more here).
Appointments are available during the Spring Trunk Show, so book yours today! Or, grab your girlfriends and come over to enjoy the party together. Enjoy some refreshments, try on those frames you’ve been eyeing and slip into the photo booth to debut your new spring look — all in the name of a great cause.
To learn more, visit the YWCA website. A special thanks to Dr. Rosenak’s Optical Options and all our corporate partners who help support the YWCA.
Your Gifts to the YWCA Create Hope on a Daily Basis
“This time was different. I made a decision, and I decided I had to make a change in my life. I am so happy of where I am today.”
“I finally put myself through counseling, after telling myself that I didn’t need it. Carrie managed to convince me that I did, and she was right. After counseling, I felt a lot better about my situation and where I was. Every day is still really hard, but I’m learning to deal. And every time I need her, Carrie is there — just a phone call away.”
Our mission at the YWCA is to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families and strengthen communities. Your service, attendance, advocacy and gifts help keep doors to our services open all year long. We’d like to share with you how your dollars are spent and the importance of giving to the YWCA.
Your dollars go toward providing safe, cost-free housing to women and children in crisis. The doors to our shelter are open all day, every day. We provide women and children with a way out of domestic violence. We offer short-term and longer-term housing depending upon the individual need. One night of shelter for a mom and kids costs $35. Two weeks of housing will cost approximately $500. On any given day we are typically providing safe haven for 46 women and children.
Your dollars also go toward providing a 24-hour hotline where anyone can call and receive counsel for themselves or loved ones. The hope which comes with knowing that you are not alone and that others are there for you is priceless. Community donations make it possible for us to share that hope day-in and day-out.
Dollars also go toward victim advocacy services. Many times women have no idea what their next step should be. They don’t know what resources are available to them. Professional counseling and advocacy services are an important step in rebuilding a life. We offer these services on a daily basis.
Every donation opens a new door to hope for a woman and her children who depend on the YWCA – and every donation of $100 or more receives a 50 percent State tax credit. This means that 50 percent of your donation is deducted directly from your State taxes owed.
We thank you for standing with us in accomplishing our mission every day of the year … and for helping us create a path toward hope.