NEW BRUNSWICK–Yesterday the Women’s Missionary Society of the African Methodist Episcopal Church donated hundreds of items to domestic violence survivors at Women Aware. The drive, headed up by Sister Coleen Williams-Lewis, was ... Read more.
RU ShockWave, a Rutgers group of student a capella singers, put on a Spring Concert to benefit survivors of domestic violence at Women Aware. With ticket and vendor sales, the group is ... Read more.
NEW BRUNSWICK–Congratulations to the winners of the Rutgers Pi Delta Psi’s annual Miss Cutie Pi pageant. Contestants shared their talents with the crowd from 7-11pm last night in order to ... Read more.
Employees from the Wells Fargo-North Brunswick branch organized a Hops for Hope Campaign, and today they brought 25 Spring Baskets to mothers and children in our shelter. Thank you for making ... Read more.
Yesterday Women Aware and the New Brunswick community gathered on Somerset Street to celebrate the MagyarBank Charitable Foundation’s 10-year anniversary. Since being established, the Foundation has provided grants to over ... Read more.
In 2016, you drove major success at Women Aware. Together our team grew stronger, and we brought safety to more people than ever before. Thank you for joining us on ... Read more.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by our volunteer table today at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Our many visitors included Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, who completed her 14-year tenure as the president and CEO ... Read more.
Today Project Night Night donated care packages for every child in our shelter. Each bag contains a book which encourages reading and family bonding, a security blanket which can be cuddled, ... Read more.
Thank you to the local AT&T employees who participated in AT&T’s Random Acts of Kindness Campaign by donating to Women Aware’s emergency shelter. Your generosity will make someone’s journey to safety a ... Read more.
The Merck Women’s Network Rahway/Kenilworth delivered hundreds of urgently-needed items to victims of domestic violence at Women Aware. The group, headed up by Laura Daidone, sponsored a collection drive for items ... Read more.