Thinking about going back to work? FREE clinic on SATURDAY May 06 at 10-2. A group of HR professionals can help you build a resume, practice your interviewing skills or pick out work clothes. Call Natalie @ 604-589-1868 to book your own personal appointment.
1 in 2 women in Canada will experience physical or sexual abuse in their lifetime. That means you or someone you know.
Voting is your way to have a voice.
Make sure you do your homework. Vote for the candidate who will promote the rights of women and girls by:
• Building a strong safety network that supports their choices
• Supporting women’s centres, shelters and transition houses so they have a safe place to go
• Advancing their right to safety, justice and equality
My Nana, Maria Catroppa, showed me courage, resilience and unconditional love in the face of adversity.
Today I’m sharing her story with you to show that extraordinary things can happen when everyday women – like my Nana - have the courage to stand up for what’s right.
Surrey Women’s Centre is accepting limited registrations for Pap test for early detection of cervical cancer, and digital mammography for early detection of breast cancer. Eligible women residents of BC will be screened on January 4, 2017 at the centre in Whalley, in collaboration with the BC Cancer Agency (BCCA) and the Embrace Clinic (Fraser Health Authority). For inquiries, contact Ritu Guglani at 778-387-3056 or email@example.com
Women and children fleeing violence, like Sierra, often times leave their homes with nothing but the clothes on their backs.
And the holidays can be an especially hard time for them.
But you can make the holidays special again!
"You're women", you're going to be engineers. You're all a bunch of feminists. I hate feminists."
Marc Lepine's words before he shot and killed 14 female engineering students at l'École Polytechnique in Montreal.
Our team is growing and we're looking for support workers to join our team in a number of positions. Visit http://www.surreywomenscentre.ca/about/careers to learn more.
In this state-of-the-art vehicle, women are able to step onto the mobile coach and have their screening mammogram right in the coach, making for a more comfortable and private experience. They have a reception area, dressing area, and mammography examination room. The vehicles are also equipped with a wheelchair lift.
Close to 100 women who could not afford to buy a bra this month were helped by Supportive Start pop-up bra shop and Surrey Women’s Centre. Every woman was treated with dignity and respect and left properly fitted and a lot more comfortable.
I'm buying a bracelet this year in honour of my Nana, Maria Catroppa. November 24 will be the 7 year anniversary of the night her life was taken. Buy this beautiful bracelet today as an early Christmas present and help raise awareness around domestic violence.