Grab your besties, your bae, and your squad and join us for the party of the year! This event is truly a celebration of all of the powerful women in Clallam County. We will be highlighting incredible woman-owned and operated businesses and organizations in our community while giving back to women in need.
This event is coed and open to people of all genders, but it will center the experience and lives of women.
Ticket prices are: $85 single- $160 double - $550 table
Ready to do more? Sponsorships are an excellent opportunity to be a part of making a real lasting impact while marketing your business at the same time! Click the tickets & Sponsorships button to learn more and sign up, or contact Development Director Jaycie Wakefield: [email protected] | (360) 457-3011.
Galentine's Day is not just about the party. The fact is that domestic violence is pervasive and life shattering. 1 in 3 women have experienced violence by an intimate partner, and 1 in 7 have been injured by an intimate partner, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. Every day, United Way of Clallam County raises money to support nonprofit groups that provide critical services to people fleeing domestic violence in our community. This event is dedicated not only to raising those funds, but also awareness, and as a reminder that none of us is alone when it comes to this heartbreaking issue.
United Way helps fund 23 nonprofit agencies, here are two that work directly with victims of domestic or sexual violence:
Healthy Families of Clallam County provides free and confidential services to individuals and families affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and general crimes, including: crisis intervention services, shelter, transitional housing, therapy, financial assistance, advocacy-based counseling, support groups, legal advocacy, medical advocacy, system advocacy, classes, support services, and referrals for child and adult survivors. Visit their Website HERE.
Located in Forks, Mariposa House provides services to people who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and all other crimes. They have a trauma-informed environment and provide a great deal of mobile advocacy to meet people where they are to make goals to overcome barriers. Mariposa House strives to live and work in a community where everyone can feel safe and valued. Visit their website HERE.