It is easy to donate to the Women’s Center’s Shelter Mortgage Matching Campaign!
Click on our DONATE button at the top of the page or on the DONATE Page
Type in amount and payment
In the section “Add special instructions to the seller” type in “Shelter Campaign”
Hit Submit and you are done!
~ Thank you!~ All donations will be matched!
Women’s Center Receives Challenge for Transformational Gift
The Women’s Center, Inc. announced today a matching gift opportunity that would eliminate the mortgage on the only domestic violence shelter in our area. Lucy Grove, the organization’s president, said, “Harbor House will be completely paid for when we complete a matching gift offered to us by generous donors who hold the Women’s Center dear to their heart.”
The donors, Rod and Holly Aldrich, will match all gifts in 2018 that are directed to pay off the $507,000 mortgage. Any pledge of $20,000 or more can be paid in two or more installments though 2019, Grove added.
“Paying off Harbor House will greatly improve our ability to help women, men and children in crisis well into the future,” said Grove.
See entire press release: Women’s Center PR 7-10-18
A big thanks to all of Marquette County for your donations to this years!
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Thank you to Zero Degrees Artist Gallery and all the artist for choosing the Women’s Center as a recipient this year, for their “Art Gives Back” community program.
Continue reading “Zero Degree Art Gallery”
Thank you to Shunk Furniture in Marquette!
Judy needed to replace her beautiful sofa and love seat. She wanted to donate the furniture to the Women’s Center resale shop, Pak Ratz.
Continue reading “Thank you to Shunk Furniture”
The M.E. Davenport Foundation of Grand Rapids is supporting the Women’s Center with a $105,000 grant that includes a $45,000 matching gift opportunity. Foundation Trustee Mary Sullivan presented the first installment to the Women’s Center on Thursday, May 26.
Continue reading “Women’s Center Receives Major Grant from M.E. Davenport Foundation”
Thank you to NMU Football, Alpha Sigma Phi, and NMU Public Safety for participating in our Walk A Mile event to raise awareness of sexual violence in our community.”
Continue reading “NMU students came out to support Walk A Mile on April 13”
The snowy owl was set free. Jenn was thrilled to be able to hold the owl and set her free and she flew off strongly. A good crowd attended despite the snow, and the MJ and TV6 both covered it.
Continue reading “Chocolay Raptor Center Owl Release”
On February 28th 2016 the Marquette Unitarian Universalist Congregation held a FUNdraiser for the Women’s Center and Harbor House. It was an evening of Entertainment by: Michael Waiteand Dylan Trost & Kerry Yost along with refreshments.