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SOAR (Survivors Overcoming Abuse and Rape) Together
Sep 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A key component of an individual’s ability to recover from a traumatic experience is social connection. YWCA’s support groups for those impacted by sexual violence are intended to be a low-barrier point of service for anyone to anonymously seek out help, or to simply learn more about violence in our community. A participant does not have to be a survivor of sexual violence in order to attend, and participants do not have to share any details of an assault. Facilitated by trained YWCA Dayton staff and open to anyone affected by sexual violence: survivors, family, friends, and/or loved ones. Come as you are; no registration necessary.

Sep
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LUXE Gives Back
Sep 14 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
LUXE Gives Back @ White House Event Center

LUXE brings together the best independent designers the region has to offer for a runway show and shopping event to benefit the YWCA Dayton. Come and go as you will. Runway show at noon; come early to shop and stay for the show or come for the runway show and shop after! Brunch lite bites served. Learn more and get your tickets at: http://bit.ly/luxeDYT.

Questions? Contact Marshall Weil, Director of Development: mweil@ywcadayton.org or 937-461-5550 x129.

 

Sep
16
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SOAR (Survivors Overcoming Abuse and Rape) Together
Sep 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A key component of an individual’s ability to recover from a traumatic experience is social connection. YWCA’s support groups for those impacted by sexual violence are intended to be a low-barrier point of service for anyone to anonymously seek out help, or to simply learn more about violence in our community. A participant does not have to be a survivor of sexual violence in order to attend, and participants do not have to share any details of an assault. Facilitated by trained YWCA Dayton staff and open to anyone affected by sexual violence: survivors, family, friends, and/or loved ones. Come as you are; no registration necessary.

Sep
18
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SOAR (Survivors Overcoming Abuse and Rape) Together | LGBTQ+
Sep 18 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A key component of an individual’s ability to recover from a traumatic experience is social connection. YWCA’s support groups for anyone identifying as LBGTQ+ affected by sexual violence are intended to be a low-barrier point of service for anyone to anonymously seek out help, or to simply learn more about violence in our community. A participant does not have to be a survivor of sexual violence in order to attend, and participants do not have to share any details of an assault. Facilitated by trained YWCA Dayton staff and open to anyone affected by sexual violence: survivors, family, friends, and/or loved ones. Come as you are; no registration necessary.

Sep
27
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SOAR (Survivors Overcoming Abuse and Rape) Together
Sep 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A key component of an individual’s ability to recover from a traumatic experience is social connection. YWCA’s support groups for those impacted by sexual violence are intended to be a low-barrier point of service for anyone to anonymously seek out help, or to simply learn more about violence in our community. A participant does not have to be a survivor of sexual violence in order to attend, and participants do not have to share any details of an assault. Facilitated by trained YWCA Dayton staff and open to anyone affected by sexual violence: survivors, family, friends, and/or loved ones. Come as you are; no registration necessary.

Sep
30
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SOAR (Survivors Overcoming Abuse and Rape) Together
Sep 30 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A key component of an individual’s ability to recover from a traumatic experience is social connection. YWCA’s support groups for those impacted by sexual violence are intended to be a low-barrier point of service for anyone to anonymously seek out help, or to simply learn more about violence in our community. A participant does not have to be a survivor of sexual violence in order to attend, and participants do not have to share any details of an assault. Facilitated by trained YWCA Dayton staff and open to anyone affected by sexual violence: survivors, family, friends, and/or loved ones. Come as you are; no registration necessary.

Oct
2
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SOAR (Survivors Overcoming Abuse and Rape) Together | LGBTQ+
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

A key component of an individual’s ability to recover from a traumatic experience is social connection. YWCA’s support groups for anyone identifying as LBGTQ+ affected by sexual violence are intended to be a low-barrier point of service for anyone to anonymously seek out help, or to simply learn more about violence in our community. A participant does not have to be a survivor of sexual violence in order to attend, and participants do not have to share any details of an assault. Facilitated by trained YWCA Dayton staff and open to anyone affected by sexual violence: survivors, family, friends, and/or loved ones. Come as you are; no registration necessary.

Oct
10
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Voices Against Violence Breakfast
Oct 10 @ 7:30 am – 9:00 am
Voices Against Violence Breakfast @ Schuster Center Wintergarden

Each October, YWCA Dayton recognizes the strength and resilience of domestic violence survivors at a special fundraising event to support YWCA Dayton’s domestic violence shelter and support services, including its 24-hour crisis hotline. Formerly called the YWomen Breakfast, it has been refreshed (and expanded!) as the Voices Against Violence Breakfast and the Voices Against Violence Lunch to better reflect the platform it provides for both survivors and supporters to be a voice for change.

This event also features the recognition of our annual Marsha Froelich Survivor Award, which honors women who embody Froelich’s spirit of survivorship and resilience and give graciously to others. The late Marsha Froelich, a former development director at YWCA Dayton, was a fearless leader who advocated — at work and in her spare time — for the under-served, the women of the YW, and those within the community who did not have a voice. This award recognizes a woman whose words and actions serve to exemplify, inspire, set an example, and celebrate the spirit of a survivor who has overcome the odds and continued on an amazing journey, personally or professionally.

Registration coming soon! Interested in serving as a table captain? Contact events@ywcadayton.org.

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Voices Against Violence Luncheon
Oct 10 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Voices Against Violence Luncheon @ Schuster Center Wintergarden

Each October, YWCA Dayton recognizes the strength and resilience of domestic violence survivors at a special fundraising event to support YWCA Dayton’s domestic violence shelter and support services, including its 24-hour crisis hotline. Formerly called the YWomen Breakfast, it has been refreshed (and expanded!) as the Voices Against Violence Breakfast and the Voices Against Violence Lunch to better reflect the platform it provides for both survivors and supporters to be a voice for change.

This event also features the recognition of our annual Marsha Froelich Survivor Award, which honors women who embody Froelich’s spirit of survivorship and resilience and give graciously to others. The late Marsha Froelich, a former development director at YWCA Dayton, was a fearless leader who advocated — at work and in her spare time — for the under-served, the women of the YW, and those within the community who did not have a voice. This award recognizes a woman whose words and actions serve to exemplify, inspire, set an example, and celebrate the spirit of a survivor who has overcome the odds and continued on an amazing journey, personally or professionally.

Registration coming soon! Interested in serving as a table captain? Contact events@ywcadayton.org.

Oct
11
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City Barbeque Takeover for Girls LEAD!
Oct 11 @ 10:30 am – 10:00 pm
City Barbeque Takeover for Girls LEAD! @ City Barbeque

It’s good food for a great cause! Meet us at City Barbeque in Beavercreek all day Friday, Oct. 11, 2019 to celebrate International Day of the Girl, a worldwide day to highlight and address the needs and challenges girls face while promoting girls’ empowerment and the fulfillment of their human rights.

25% of purchase proceeds with THIS FLYER come back to Girls LEAD! at YWCA Dayton and help build girls of strength, courage, and wisdom through in-school, after-school, and summer camp programming. Learn more at www.ywcadayton.org/girlslead.

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If you are in immediate need of assistance, call 911.

24/7 Crisis & Domestic Violence Hotline: 937-222-SAFE (7233)