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Beyond the Shelter

Category: Announcements 

The Women’s Fund in Georgia (WFG) launches the campaign “Beyond the Shelter” to support women living in the Anti-Violence Network of Georgia’s (www.avng.ge) Shelter/Crisis Center for the Victims of Violence, Mothers and Children.


On March 1-2 an exhibition sale and auction “Beyond Shelter” will be held, where over 70 artists have already contributed their artworks.


For more details about each artwork, please visit the links:
 Exhibition-sale _ http://bit.ly/2EpFwxU
 Auction _ http://bit.ly/2ClmN0k


With the funds mobilized through the event the kitchen of the shelter will be equipped and women will be involved in culinary course to gain professional skills necessary for employment in and beyond the shelter.

Tags: Women’s Fund in Georgia campaign

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