“They have been victimized, they have been beaten down, they feel alone, and they feel afraid. And they feel like there’s no hope. I’m here today to say there is hope. There are people out there waiting for you to reach out to them and we just got to get them driven to those services,” says Wilson.
You can help victims of domestic violence by simply donating some toiletries in September
The City of Columbia announced it is working with Sistercare for a toiletry drive
You can help victims of domestic violence by simply donating some toiletries in September.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – You have the chance to walk or run to help survivors of domestic violence this weekend! Sistercare & Jamie Scott Fitness are hosting the inaugural EmpoweRun 5K Walk and Run this Saturday starting at 8 a.m., rain or shine. The race starts and ends at Jamie Scott Fitness, located in the Cross Hill Market at 702…
Sistercare is teaming up with Jamie Scott Fitness for a 5k that supports domestic violence survivors.
A local 5k walk and run to support survivors of domestic violence and their children is coming up on this month.
Dozens of women’s and children’s coats will be distributed to people served by the Sistercare and the Oliver Gospel Organization.
COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– On Friday, Sistercare of the Midlands received a $5,000 grant from the DreamBee Foundation. The DreamBee Foundation awarded Sistercare the first ever “The Women We Watched Freedom Grant” in conjunction with National Child Abuse month. Sistercare counsels and advocates for abused women and their children in the midlands. Categories: Local News Tags: Sistercare