This October, gather with other champions of CWS' lifesaving work, enjoy a delicious dinner, and bid on exciting auction packages. Together, we help break the isolation of domestic and sexual violence.
Thursday, October 18, 2018
The Oregon Golf Club
25700 SW Pete's Mountain Rd
West Linn, OR 97068
5:30pm - Welcome reception and raffle
6:30pm - Dinner, live auction, and program
Single ticket: $125
Couple Ticket: $250
Join us in welcoming special guest Jennie Willoughby, domestic violence survivor and an inspiration behind the #AndSoIStayed movement.
Jennie Willoughby is a former school teacher whose passion is the resiliency of the human spirit. Based out of Washington DC and New York, Jennie speaks on the benefits of mindfulness, compassion, and owning your choices to create an intentional life. She writes at www.bornebackceaselessly.com and has been published in the Washington Post, Time magazine, Elephant Journal, and Rebelle Society.
Please also check out her interview with Lawrence O'Donnell: "A full month after ex-wives revealed abuse allegations that were holding up White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter's security clearance, one of them, Jennie Willoughby, joins Lawrence O'Donnell to discuss what the White House and John Kelly don't get about abuse."
The mission of Clackamas Women’s Services is to break the isolation of domestic and sexual violence. CWS was incorporated in 1985 as Clackamas County’s first shelter for women and children escaping family violence and domestic abuse. Today CWS is the largest community based organization in the state providing services to families and individuals impacted by domestic/dating violence, sexual assault, elder and vulnerable adult abuse, human trafficking and exploitation, and stalking. CWS’ service delivery framework is built on trauma-informed best practices that promote safety and self-determination.
For more information about our Pathways Gala, please contact John Aney, Director of Development, at 503-557-5820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.