seconds an American is sexually assaulted?
April is sexual assault
awareness and prevention month and we want to do our part to change
those numbers, empower women, and give back to the community. We have
partnered up with Long Drop Cider and Faces of Hope Victim Center to offer you a unique opportunity. Join us at LongDrop Cider Co. for an hour and a
half of self protection and empowerment training from Idaho’s premiere
Krav Maga training center. Lead instructor, Tracie Ide, will be
teaching this powerful seminar so come find out
what it REALLY means to hit like a girl and act like a lady! This
event is open to women age 21 and up. Registration is $20 in advance
PLUS a donation to Hope’s Closet. Faces of Hope Victim Center is a
one-stop triage center for victims of abuse in Ada County or $25 and a
donation at the door. Your registration and donation includes the
seminar and one FREE pint of cider. This
event is limited to 30 participants.
Hope’s Closet has the highest need for women’s casual clothing
(leggings, yoga pants, etc. in sizes small and medium) at this time.
They also appreciate any clothing items you might have, including
clothing suitable for court visits, etc. New, unopened cosmetics and
personal care items are also needed.
Sign up today! Use coupon code HLAGWTI by April 13th to take advantage of the $20 early bird registration.