Join WRC in support of Catholic Social Services of Delaware County. Drop off baby items, food, or gift cards to help a family in need. All donated items will be collected at WRC and must be received by Friday, December 8.…
As much as they are a cause for celebration, the holidays can also be a stressful time for many people. This is especially true for those who are going through a period of loss or transition, such as a recent divorce or separation. It can be difficult finding the right support and you might wonder how you’ll find ways to enjoy the holiday season this year.
Because of your dollars, your time, and your donated services, WRC was able to make a difference in the lives of thousands of women and girls. View our Annual Report for fiscal year 2016-2017.
"Why is it so hard just to help?” To avoid that frustration, a little bit of planning can go a long way. As you begin to consider ways you’d like to help, the guidelines below will help match your gifts to the right volunteer opportunity. Our tips will ensure that your good intentions are met with a warm reception this holiday season.
Join WRC this fall in supporting women like Kohanna. “I just want to get my son back!” Kohanna was desperate. Her abusive ex-husband had taken her son and refused to return him. Even though this was a violation of their legal custody agreement, Kohanna didn’t have the money to hire an attorney and she didn’t know how to fight him. Kohanna turned to WRC's Family Law Program.
Women’s Resource Center has been serving the Radnor community and surrounding areas for 41 years. Our mission is to help girls and women successfully navigate life’s transitions, and a common transition that prompts a woman to call us is divorce. We help women navigate this complex time by providing legal consultation, divorce resource events, support groups, counseling, and referrals to other necessary services. Our interventions can inform and empower women to land on their feet through the transition of divorce. But… what about the transition into marriage?
The Women’s Resource Center in Wayne has recently welcomed three new board members to guide the Center in expanding their services to clients in the coming years. In addition, they have hired a Resource Coordinator who will provide counseling and case management to clients. All of these individuals have critical roles to play in expanding WRC’s presence in the community.