We have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and generosity from community members since our launch in September 2022. “The Chestermere Women’s Crisis Society (CWCS) has had many generous donations since our inception – which we are extremely grateful for”, says Michelle Young, Vice President of CWCS. “To see how far we have come, the women we have been able to help and the way the community has joined us in our efforts has been incredible to watch,” says Michelle. Young says that CWCS has seen financial donations come in many ways. “We’ve received funds from corporate donors, community groups, and even individuals. We are incredibly grateful. Earlier this year, it was announced that the Chestermere RCMP are hosting their inaugural Regimental Ball on October 21st, 2023 here in Chestermere. This event aims to raise awareness and funds for two local not-for-profit organizations – the Chestermere Women’s Crisis Society (CWCS) and Project Rewrite – a new restorative justice program. “We are honoured to be a recipient of the funds being raised and this event”, says Michelle Young. “To be recognized as a group that is doing amazing work in the community and in need of financial support, makes all of our hard work worthwhile”, says Young. Tickets are now on sale and can be purchased by visiting https://cityofchestermere.ticketspice.com/regimental-ball “This will be a remarkable event which we are truly grateful to be a part of”, says Young.
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