Thanks to Our Community
Shoutout to Quest Diagnostics for holding a donation drive to benefit WEAVE. What a great group of people. They reached out to so many people and even had a kickoff event for the drive! They are very motivated and were already asking questions about how they could improve and increase their drive for next year. Thank you so much for all your hard work and donating to WEAVE!!
WEAVE would like to thank Robert and the Sacramento Dale Carnegie training program. We were provided with the opportunity to send two employees through the local course with great outcomes for each. Casie shares “As an introvert, having to communicate with others outside my comfort zone caused unwelcome stress and anxiety in my profession.
We want to say THANK YOU to Savannah from Troop 2525 Service unit 144 in Elk Grove! She collected donations and put together art & craft supplies, donated a new toy shelf, table, and so much more! We are so thankful for her hard work and the amazing donation she gave.
WEAVE is excited to announce that they were selected by the Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society Alliance (SSVMSA) to receive a $3,500 grant to support health services for clients who stay at the Safehouse!
The funds will be used to purchase supplies that are needed in the medical room at the Safehouse throughout the year.
*Pictured Kim Majetich, Past President and Community Health Chair, Beth Hassett, WEAVE CEO, and Garry Maisel, President, WEAVE Board of Directos.
We want to thank and recognize the team from S.C. Johnson who, for the second year, selected WEAVE to be the beneficiary of their giving back campaign!
The S.C. Johnson team purchases the most needed items from our Wish List. and donates it to support survivors. All donations go immediately to Residential Services and are put to use.
Thank you to this awesome team!
Since October 2015, Trader Joe’s at 5000 Folsom Blvd. has been providing the WEAVE safe shelter locations with weekly donations of fresh food!
We want to thank the store manager, Sherri, and all the Trader Joe employees who are helping survivors of domestic violence with their path to well-being and healing.
Happiness Shared – Northern California has been an amazing group to work with! Every month they work together and collect much needed donations. Items vary month to month depending on what is most needed.They have done drives for laundry detergent and hand soap, journals, 4th of July supplies, and towels, just to name a few.
Thank you so much to this amazing group for all you do to support survivors in our community!
Huge thank you to the Buffalo Chips Running Club for selecting WEAVE to be one of two organizations to benefit from the longest running run in Sacramento – the 4th of July 5-miler.
The free event invites runners to make donations to charity. Thank you to Buffalo Chips Running Club for your support and to all the runners who donated to WEAVE!
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.
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.
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!
Natalie and Abby from Roseville High created these amazing art baskets for their Global Citizenship Project and donated them to WEAVE. All of the DIY art projects will go directly to survivors and their families. Natalie and Abby raised a little over $200, went shopping, created directions, and put together 40 boxes!
THANK YOU so much!
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.
Thank the following businesses and all of the supporting community for helping us with Change for Change.
Noah’s Bagels – 1901 J St, Sacramento, CA 95814
Mr. Pickles – Midtown – 1050 20th St #120, Sacramento, CA 95811
The Plum Café and Bakery - 2315 K St, Sacramento, CA 95816
Little Relics – 908 21st St, Sacramento, CA 95811-3118