SPRINGFIELD, Ohio, Oct. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Pathways Financial Credit Union Director of Business Services and Development Kraig Casey and Springfield Branch Manager Penny Russell introduced Julie Rose, HR and Administrative Coordinator of Project Woman, a check for $3,000 to help fund the organization’s services and programming.
“Pathways is always looking for ways to support our local community. We hope this small donation can help someone get out of a dangerous situation and get their life back through the programs provided by Project Woman,” said Russell. .
Project Woman is a non-profit organization that provides essential services to protect, educate and empower women who experience domestic violence and sexual assault. As fully accredited domestic violence and sexual assault service providers, they offer emergency shelters, a 24-hour crisis line, support groups, case management, advocacy victims, transitional housing and much more to survivors in the community.
October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Project Woman offers different events throughout the month to provide support and healing to victims of domestic violence. These events include a liberation writing workshop, a candlelight vigil, a clothesline project by Victim Witness and their annual fundraiser, DIVA Night Out. Visit the Project Woman website at projectwomanohio.org to find out how you can help too.
Kim Van Ness
Image 1: Pathways supports Project Woman with a $3,000 donation during Domestic Violence Awareness Month
Pictured from left to right: Pathways Branch Manager – Penny Russell, Project Woman’s HR and Administrative Coordinator – Julie Rose, Pathways Director of Business Services & Development – Kraig Casey
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Pathways supports Project Woman with $3,000 donation during Domestic Violence Awareness Month