Thanks to Our Community

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Dress Up Wine Down
The Handle District

Another amazing event we would like to say THANK YOU for!  Dress Up Wine Down was a great event with 15 wineries and a fashion show put on by local boutiques.  This event raised nearly $1,800 to benefit WEAVE!  It was truly awesome working with this group to raise money and awareness for WEAVE’s services for domestic violence and sexual assault. 

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Auburn Outlaws Roller Derby
Skate-a-Thon

SHOUT OUT to the Auburn Outlaws Roller Derby for having their 2nd annual Skate-a-Thon to benefit WEAVE!  They raised over $1,000 for our services and programs and had a lot of amazing clothing donations!  Their contribution is very appreciated.

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Movers for Moms
Two Men and a Truck

A big thank you to Two Men and a Truck for their Movers for Moms program! They dropped off a TON of wonderful donations at WEAVEWorks in support of Mother’s Day.  The donations they collected throughout the month of April have helped fill our stores! Thank you!

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Zumbathon
Raises Funds to Benefit WEAVE

Huge shout out to Paola C. and the beautiful ladies who helped organized a huge Zumbathon to benefit WEAVE! The two hour dance/workout was loads of fun and quite the workout. The event raised $1,330 to benefit WEAVE’s 24-Hour crisis intervention services. Muchísimas gracias!

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A Big Thank You to S.C. Johnson!

Shout out to our friends at S.C. Johnson who recently dropped by our Midtown office with a very generous donation. S.C. Johnson’s representatives went to our “Donate” page, selected “Other Ways to Help” where they found our wish list of donation items. The result, a car full of donations. Thank you S.C. Johnson for your awesome donation!

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Unsung Heroes of WEAVE
Bailey Snow of BrickDreams

Bailey Snow is a 17 year old senior at Granite Bay High School. At the young age of fifteen, Bailey Snow recognized injustice in his community. Instead of letting the injustice continue, he sought solutions and took action. Not only did he come up with a solution, he created an organization from the ground up. Bailey created BrickDreams to collect, clean, and redistribute LEGO bricks to children in need.