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We are so lucky to have so many inspiring supporters of the WCA who continually warm our hearts with their generosity of time and donations. This month we would like to highlight some of our student supporters in particular. Having the support of students is particularly exciting for the WCA because it means that the young people in our community are talking about these issues and starting conversations among their peers. With their help and their continued support we are one step closer to breaking the cycle of abuse in our community.

Boise High NHSAs a part of their National Honor’s Society service project, Boise High School seniors, Megan Ayers, Monica Leibowitz, and Leah Brown, hosted a donation drive and collected new items for our clients.




Swim TeamA Boise swim team collected donations, made uplifting cards for our clients, and participated in a WCA Break the Cycle Presentation. Vanessa Wong, a WCA Ambassador, planned the event.



AKLThe Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity at Boise State University raised awareness of domestic abuse through a week of outreach activities and hosted their Spring Philanthropy event, a blind date auction, with proceeds benefiting the WCA.



AXOThe Alpha Chi Omega Sorority sold out the Egyptian Theater for their major philanthropy event of the year, Mr. Alpha Chi. The young women raised awareness as well as over $9,000 for the WCA.
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Apr 11


WCA Mission Tour

Join us for a 35 minute virtual tour to learn about our mission of safety, healing and freedom through the stories of clients and the impact of our services. The WCA Mission Tour aims to inspire and educate about the complexities and realities of domestic abuse and sexual assault, both here in the Treasure Valley […]

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Apr 26


Denim Day

April 26, 2023 is Denim Day Denim Day is a day-long awareness campaign that allows us to honor survivors of sexual assault and start conversations about the dangers of victim-blaming. Why denim? In 1992 an 18-year-old Italian girl was sexually assaulted by her driving instructor. While he was initially convicted of the crime and sent […]

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