Women of TBA Plan to Gather to Help Victims of Violence

November 3, 2016

 

As part of TBA’s 5777 A Call to Conscience (domestic violence initiative), the Women of TBA have planned an evening of volunteering to support domestic violence victims and other recipients in need.  As the evening begins, they will enjoy wine and cheese and each other’s company.  Next, representatives from the Second Step’s Journey to Safety, the Boston Living Center, Birthday Wishes and JF & CS will give brief presentations of the wonderful work they do in our community.  After the presentations, hands-on projects (including candy centerpieces) benefiting these groups will begin.  Some prep work is needed on the morning of the 16th as well.  Information is included on the RSVP form.

 

Please join the Women of TBA on Thursday, November 16 at 6:30 p.m. for this creative evening with a meaningful twist.  Click here to RSVP and view a list of items they are collecting.

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