WEAVE hosts two large events a year, Feast for WEAVE in the Fall and Walk a Mile in Her Shoes in the Spring. These two events fundraising events bring in close to $425,000 for WEAVE’s 24-hour crisis intervention services a year.
In addition to WEAVE hosted events, WEAVE partners with community partners who put on their own DIY events that support WEAVE. These events range in donation collection (money, gently used clothes, wish list items), vary in style, and you are invited to participate.
Come back often to learn about what new events are taking place!
WEAVE is proud to once again partner with Nissan for the Retire Your Attire Clothing Drive at the State Capitol. Volunteers will dress up the Capitol and local Nissan dealerships with donation boxes to collect gently used professional attire for WEAVE’s WEAVE to Work program.
Join University Auto in celebrating 20 years in business!
Between January and March of 2017 University Auto will donate 5% of your total labor costs on your auto repair if you mention WEAVE!
WEAVE has partnered with University Auto for the past few years.
For those of you new to Sacramento, #SMEBB stands for Sacramento’s Most Eligible Bachelor and Bachelorette.
#SMEBB is the opposite of a meat market – it’s a light-hearted fundraiser to benefit WEAVE.
Legal Services of Northern California (LSNC) and WEAVE have partnered to offer legal advice and information to the public regarding: Denial of Public Benefits (such as CalWorks, CalFresh, Welfare, etc), Housing Issues, Heath Care (such as Medi-Cal, Medi-Care) and other related issues.
Every 2nd Thursday of the month.
3:30pm – 5:30pm
This is a positive event encouraging and celebrating the good men in your life!
Ladies, bring your sons, dad, pastor, husband, boyfriend, friend, uncle, or any positive male figure that means something to you. Center for Father and Families will acknowledge him/them and they will have a great time!
Sacramento’s Sexual Assault Response Team partnered with the Commercially Sexually Exploited Children Team!
The SART Conference – It Takes a Community is a multi-disciplinary event for Law Enforcement, Legal Services, Justice Centers, Medical Personnel, CPS Workers, Forensic Examiners, Social Workers, Mental Health Professionals, and Advocates.
Ladies, It’s Time to Celebrate Women’s Fitness
Grab your sisters, mothers, daughters and girlfriends for Kaiser Permanente Women’s Fitness Festival. The festival is Sacramento’s largest all women’s event and is an event you don’t want to miss.
What is the Financial Empowerment Class?
Abuse can come in many forms one of which is financial. In fact close to 98% of abuse victims encounter some form of financial abuse. Financial abuse can be very subtle or completely overt but are in fact a common tactic used by abusers to gain power and control in a relationship.