Welcome Club North West supports Wings for Women

Mission Statement: Welcome Club Northwest is an organization for social, educational and charitable purposes open to residents of the Tucson area. A portion of our dues and all profits from our fundraisers support a charity our club selects each year. This year we are helping Wings for Women.
Wings for Women provides a safe and positive environment for homeless or impoverished women and their children. Women are assisted with life skills, community resources, case management, education, parenting, employment, community reintegration, and aftercare support. The goal of Wings for Women is to help women achieve permanent housing. Support is provided to women in all areas of their lives to ensure a successful journey in life. They help women develop a plan, in addition to daily support with basic skills.
Contact Name: Denise Dame
Title: President
Address: P.O. Box 68008
City: Oro Valley
State: AZ
Zipcode: 85737-8008
Daytime Phone: 9163909970
Email: welcomeclubnorthwest@gmail.com
Website: Welcomeclub Northwest.org
Signature Event Name: Masterpiece Festival, Craft Fair at St Marks UMC
Date: 11/03/2018
Time: 9am – 3pm
Place: Corner of La Canada and Magee Road, 1431 W. Magee Road, Tucson, AZ 85704
Price: Free

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