Tag: Empowerment

Feb
26

Boombaballa 2020

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Boombaballa 2020: A party to support 20 years of Catherine Place! Sunday, April 26th 2020 3pm-5:30pm Eastside Community Center Social Hall Featuring – Keynote speakers: Sr. Peg Murphy and Sr. Joyce Roach – Good food and fine people – A delicious dessert auction – Fabulous gift basket drawings – And more…

Dec
17

Youth2Youth Leadership Training

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Empower youth to gain leadership skills. Do you serve middle or high school youth in Pierce County? This training is for YOU—and it’s FREE! Friday, January 10, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at Puget Sound Foursquare Church (4020 S. 56th St., Tacoma, WA 98409). You’ll learn how to facilitate youth leadership: • Engagement. • Advocacy. • Resilience-building. > Continue Reading

Mar
8

Let’s Face It Walk

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Let’s Face It Walk is a fundraising event of years past to be as inclusive as possible to all of our participants, community partners and SACPC Board of Directors, staff and volunteers. This issue affects us all and we want everyone to feel welcome and represented at our events. The spirit of the event is > Continue Reading

Mar
8

Girl’s Only Prom

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Do you want to have a great time with your girlfriends while contributing to our work??? Grab your friends and meet us at prom!! Let’s make some noise!! Proceeds benefit Rebuilding Hope! Sexual Assault Center for Pierce County (SACPC). SACPC provides healing through advocacy and therapy for those affected by sexual assault and abuse as > Continue Reading

Oct
12

WORKSHOP: Race, Power, and Social Impact Within Nonprofit Organizations

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Social impact organizations often unconsciously perpetuate institutional racism, which undercuts their purpose and impact and contributes to organizational dysfunction. This course addresses the drivers of institutional racism in nonprofit organizations, the blind spots that allow those drivers to persist, and provides tools to advance equity and societal impact in those organizations. This course focuses on > Continue Reading

Oct
3

Happy Hour for Hope

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Washington Trafficking Prevention is a local non-profit dedicated to ending human trafficking in our area! We fight exploitation by partnering with local school districts to train staff and empower youth. We work to raise awareness through engaging local coalitions against trafficking. Come join us at Odd Otter Brewing for a beer, a little awareness raising, > Continue Reading