Plan to attend our next event and learn more about our new Purple Hearts 100+ Women Helping Women membership to support local women and children rebuilding their lives from domestic violence.
We are looking forward to an evening of networking and fun with women from all over the region who have a heart for helping women and children recovering from domestic violence.
Upland Carnegie Library
Thursday, October 18
6 – 8 pm
123 East D Street
Upland, CA 91786
The Carnegie Library, historically known as the Upland Public Library, is a Carnegie library located at 123 East D Street in Upland, California. Built in 1913, the library was the first public building in Upland. Architect Homer W. Glidden designed the library in the Classical Revival style.
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Each event is an opportunity to join our 100+ Women Helping Women members. Membership is $400 a year and you can SIGN UP AND PAY HERE or at an event.
Your $400 Annual Membership helps provide:
- Monthly events for shelter families
- Training workshops for families in transition
- Moving and furniture for permanent housing
- Hope for a better future
Save the Date for our next event and learn how you can join 100+ Women Helping Women with updates, success stories and networking. Together we can help women and children rebuild their lives from domestic violence!