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An Evening of Possibilities // Una Noche de Posibilidades

The W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Board of Directors cordially invites you to An Evening of Possibilities. Join us for a night of music, light bites, beverages, and chances to win exciting raffle/auction items to benefit our mission.

Thursday, May 9th @ 6pm
Monroe San Francisco | 473 Broadway, San Francisco

Over the past four plus decades, W.O.M.A.N., Inc. has worked tirelessly to support tens of thousands of people impacted by domestic violence. The community plays an important role in our ability to show up, day in and day out, for survivors and their supporters. Proceeds of the evening will support services like the 24/7 support line, therapy, community education, Domestic Violence Information and Referral Center, and more.

Hear from our Executive Director, Jill Zawisza, as we celebrate the milestone of completing our recently published Theory of Change, which will serve as our North Star for years to come.


Can’t make it? Consider a donation at www.womaninc.org/eop2019 or contact us about a sponsorship at events@womaninc.org today!

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
While we embrace all people of all ages, this is a 21+ venue.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Monroe is a 20 min. bus ride or 0.8 flat walk from the Montgomery or Embarcadero Station. There are parking lot options across the street and within a block radius. We encourage rideshare or public transportation for your convenience and safety.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Email us at the contact form below:

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Please bring a printed or mobile ticket to the event to show at the door.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
All ticket sales are final and tickets are transferable.

La junta directiva de WOMAN Inc los invita a Una Noche de Posibilidades. Únete con nosotros para una noche de música, aperitivos, bebidas, y oportunidades para ganar premios a través de rifa y subasta, beneficiando a nuestra misión.

Sobre las últimas cuatro décadas, WOMAN Inc ha trabajado sin descansar para apoyar a miles de personas impactadas por violencia doméstica. La comunidad juega un papel importante en nuestra capacidad de apoyar sobrevivientes día y noche. Los ingresos de la fiesta servirán para financiar servicios como la línea de apoyo 24 horas, terapia, educación comunitaria, y más.

Escucharas por parte de nuestra directora ejecutiva Jill Zawisza, mientras celebramos el haber completado nuestra recién publicación de nuestra “Teoría de Cambio,” cual servirá para guiarnos para los próximos varios años.

No estás disponible? Considera donar aquí ó ponte en contacto para patrocinar: events@womaninc.org


¿Hay una edad mínima para entra al evento?

Nos gustaría tener personas de todas edades, pero el local sólo permite personas de 21 años y más

¿Cuales son mis opciones de transporte ó estacionamiento para llegar al evento?

Monroe queda a 0.8 millas de las estaciones de BART Montgomery ó Embarcadero. Puede caminar ó tomar un camión MUNI por 20 minutos. Hay un estacionamiento público (de paga) cruzando la calle del local, y dentro de una cuadra.

¿Cómo me puedo comunicar con la organizadora con mis preguntas?

Envíanos un correo electrónico a events@womaninc.org

¿Tengo que imprimir mi boleto para el evento?

Por favor imprima su boleto ó traiga un boleto electrónico (en su teléfono) que nos pueda mostrar en la puerta

¿Puedo transferir mi registración ó boleto?

Todos las ventas de boletos son definitivos. No podemos reembolsar, pero sí puede transferir su boleto.

Supporting Friends & Family of Survivors Workshop

Domestic violence impacts all of us. When someone we love is being harmed, it’s natural to feel at a loss on how to help.

Please join the W.O.M.A.N., Inc. Outreach Team at a free workshop apart of our Community Education Series. This session will focus on what we as family, friends and community members can do to support survivors of domestic violence, as well as what resources are available for all involved.

When: Wednesday, May 17 at 6:00PM
Where: SF Public Library, Bayview (5075 3rd Street)

Questions? Please call Alicia at (415)969-6802

Learn more about our Education & Outreach program as well as other ways to get involved at our website: www.womaninc.org/education.

Want to support our programs? People like you are a HUGE reason we can provide our workshops regularly & free of charge. Please consider donating at www.womaninc.org/donate.

Community Education Series: Supporting Survivors

Do you know someone who has experienced domestic violence? Are you interested in learning how to be a stronger ally? 

Please join us at San Francisco Public Library on Wednesday,      October 19th for our free workshop apart of our Community Education Series.

This session will focus on what we as family, friends and community members can do to support survivors of domestic violence, as well as what resources are available for all involved.

No food or drink allowed (water permitted)

Community Education Series: Supporting Survivors

Has someone you love experienced abuse? Or do you just want to learn how to be a stronger ally?

Please join us at San Francisco Public Library on Wednesday, March 23rd for our free workshop apart of our Community Education Series.

Participants learn essential techniques around supporting survivors, ways to tell if someone is in a violent relationship, and how and where to get resources for all those involved. In addition, participants receive an overview of the definition of domestic violence and self‐care tips.

Where: The Stong Room — First Floor*
Check-In: 5:45pm
Presentation: 6-7pm
*Food or drink not permitted

RSVP on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/184428018603044/12829276_1096335817064499_3082164439017389264_o