I somehow ended up being the organizer of a group of men to “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes”, a nationwide campaign to raise money to fight violence against woman.
I somehow ended up being the organizer of a group of men to “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes,” a nationwide campaign to raise money to fight violence against woman. My personal goal is to get 50 men to join my team. If you are going to be in the Sacramento area on May 3, I would love to have you join my team.
This particular group I am participating in will raise money for an organization called WEAVE, which is the primary provider of crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County, California.
Important to You and Me
While domestic violence can and does happen at every socio-economic level, it is more concentrated in lower income households. This means the place where many of our line workers live. Which means it is, in a very real sense, our problem, one that impacts our residents, and our business.
Support Me Please
Tons of people are looking for donations for many great causes and so I am reluctant to ask you, the readers of Senior Housing Forum, to pony up cash — so here is a better idea.
Beginning March 20 through May 1, 2015 I will donate $3.00 for each comment posted on an article at Senior Housing Forum, up to $500. So . . . all you need to do is post a comment on an article and $3.00 goes in the kitty. The only limit, other than the $500, is that the comment must be substantive to the article discussion.
Of course if you want to donate cash you can see my donor page at: http://weaveinc.donorpages.com/WalkaMile2015/SteveMoran
Otherwise, post away and contribute to the cause.