Thanks to Our Community
The Easter bunny came hoppin’ down the bunny trail to WEAVE today and brought everything needed to make beautiful baskets full of joy for the residents and their children at our Safehouse. Thank you to the Sacramento Valley Ornament Collectors Club for being our Easter bunny!
In honor of International Women’s Day on March 8th, the Gold Souls selected WEAVE to be the beneficiary of a portion of proceeds from their show at the Torch Club. We thank them for choosing us and for helping to bring awareness to sexual assault, domestic violence and sex trafficking in our community.
We can’t thank Sutter Health’s Office of General Council enough for their generous donation of 75 self care kits packed full of items for both children and adults. Almost every kit contained ear buds, adult coloring books, towels and personal care products. Donations like this show what a caring community Sacramento is.
We want to thank the Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Elk Grove and their current group of confirmation students who made over 50 comfort care bundles of cozy blankets and cuddly stuffed animals for children at our Safehouse. We’re so glad that a presentation from our Prevention & Education department sparked such kindness and thoughtfulness.
A huge thank you to Sister Circle Blessings for sharing the love of Valentine’s Day with WEAVE! Their thoughtful donation ensured that all women at our Safehouse received a flower, and all the children had Valentine’s Day cards to give. In addition they also provided cake and cookie mixes so there were plenty of sweet goodies to bake and share.
WOW! Want to thank Midtown Modern Dental Group for the amazing work they did for some of the clients we serve. We are so thankful to have businesses in our community that support what we do and want to give back to clients. Thank you!!
The Litas Sacramento held a bike wash and tacos fundraiser for WEAVE and raised over $650! They had a huge turnout and it was such a great event. Thank you all for supporting WEAVE.
The Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento raised over $5,000 for WEAVE at their annual Sac Urban dash. The Urban Dash is a scavenger race similar to a two hour Amazing Race through oldtown, downtown, and midtown Sacramento.
Each year, SC Johnson holds the Johnson & Johnson Drive to collect items for WEAVE from our wishlist. They donated bras, underwear, PJs, towels of all kind, shampoo, condition, cleaning supplies and so much more! We are so appreciative of this and are so thankful to have companies like this in our community. Thank you!
WEAVE is excited to announce that we have partnered with the The Active 20-30 Club of Greater Sacramento #1032. WEAVE has been selected to be the beneficiary of the 2nd Annual Urban Dash.
The Urban Dash is a scavenger race similar to a two hour Amazing Race through oldtown, downtown, and midtown Sacramento. Teams of two will solve clues on foot that will lead them to different challenges.
Thank you to Wristband Creation for your donation of 300 silicone wristbands to our Prevention and Education program. Your donation of Got Consent? wristbands will enable our campus educators to engage more youth in learning about consent, healthy relationships, and how they can be part of changing the culture of their campuses to prioritizes safety.
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.
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!