The grant is earmarked to help Deaf, Deaf-Blind and hard of hearing survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking in Monroe County.Read More »
The YWCA of Rochester & Monroe County, Willow Domestic Violence Center and the Legal Aid Society of Rochester have received funding from the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Rochester/Monroe County Homeless Continuum of Care (RMHCoC). The ...Read More »
Willow Domestic Violence Center has tapped a five-year veteran of the nonprofit as its new leader. Meaghan Lacey de Chateauvieux had for three months shared interim leadership responsibility with Mike Dedee, director of operations, and Marie Viavattine, director of programs ...Read More »
Willow Domestic Violence Center has tapped a long-time nonprofit leader as its new president and CEO. Marisol Ramos-Lopez most recently served as commissioner of the City of Rochester Department of Recreation and Youth Services, administering and overseeing the operations of ...Read More »
Willow Domestic Violence Center has tapped a 40-year veteran of the nonprofit sector as its interim president and CEO. Bonnie DeVinney, who most recently was engaged in strategic initiatives for the United Way of Greater Rochester, will serve in the ...
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Rochester’s Polite Ink. Sketch & Improv has partnered with Willow Domestic Violence Center on an upcoming benefit performance at Geva Theater Center. The first annual comedy show, Oh Watta Night!, will appear on the Fielding Stage Nov. 11. Proceeds from ...Read More »