“We are honored to support the Women’s and Children’s Alliance and the important work they do to provide safety and healing for those leaving abusive situations,” said Laura Cobb, Citi Vice President of Public Relations and Community Development and WCA Board of Directors member.
Citi has been a passionate and engaged partner for more than 16 years in both their financial and volunteer support. As a Corporate Pillar, Citi’s partnership ensures WCA clients continue to have access to programs and services such as safe shelter, counseling, court advocacy, child care, workforce readiness, and financial literacy. “No mother or child should have to wait for safety,” Cobb states. “The WCA is a powerful advocate for individuals and families seeking to cut the cords of abuse. The professional staff works closely as a team to guide and empower clients on their journey towards independence. Citi is proud to support the WCA in this process.”
We extend our utmost gratitude and appreciation to Citi and Citi employees for their ongoing enthusiasm and dedication to the WCA and to our community. We cannot thank them enough!
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