Champions For Change Luncheon & Silent Auction

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Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence says
Each year, our Champions for Change Luncheon honors those who have made significant positive change in the lives of women and children impacted by domestic violence. Our 2015 honoree will be survivors of domestic violence themselves, whose triumphs and losses have built compassion, shaped our work, challenged us to better respond and demanded progress toward a violence-free future.

The event will be hosted by Natasha Trethewey, whose mother Gwendolyn Grimmette was murdered in DeKalb County in 1985 by her former husband, Natasha’s stepfather. Ms. Grimmette’s death became the catalyst for Women’s Resource Center’s founding. Ms. Trethewey is a Pulitzer Prize-winner and served two terms as the Poet Laureate of the United States. She is the Robert W. Woodruff Professor of English and Creative Writing at Emory University, where she also directs the Creative Writing Program.

Visit the event site at www.501auctions.com/wrcdv.
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By: Women's Resource Center to End Domestic Violence

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