An Evening of Empowerment: Hero Edition

SAVE’s 2017 fundraiser, An Evening of Empowerment — Hero Edition, was tremendously successful! We celebrated our heroes — the individuals and families we serve — and many others, including  Teresa Francis, our Volunteer of the Year, My Manna Link Foundation, our Volunteer Group of the Year, and The East Bay Community Foundation, our Community Partner of the Year.

We also debuted our 2017 Evening of Empowerment Film which features other SAVE heroes, donors and advocates Donna Somerville of Grateful Gatherings, Shobana Ramamurthi, and Chris Muraoka.

SAVE is so grateful to all who supported our event, including our donors, sponsors, and volunteers. We exceeded our fundraising goal, having raised $150,000, funds that will bring hope, empowerment, and peace to victims of domestic violence. Donor gifts will support our many free domestic violence victim programs, including our 30-bed emergency shelter, our 24-hour hotline, counseling, and our walk-in Empowerment Center support services.

We’ll soon share event photos via our Twitter and Facebook pages. Check out our posts tagged #eveningofempowerment. Coming soon: SAVE’s newest film. Look for it on our our website’s home page!

 

Questions? Contact Tina Fernandez.


We Can Do It

Beck Family Foundation


 

Sheroes and Heroes

Randall A. Wolf
Family Foundation


Nicole Causey

Blocka Construction


The Despeaux Good Works Fund at the East Bay Community Foundation

Amazing Advocate

Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley


 

Changemaker

Bob Livengood

Craig and Tina
Steckler

Senator
Bob Wieckowski

Pauline Weaver & Charlie Scribner