Friday Round-up: this week in the news

  • Thanks to everyone who joined us for the Walkathon on Saturday – with your help, we raised over $130,000 for Calvary’s programs! Here’s the Washington Post’s story on the walk: http://wapo.st/s3iZZo
  • The Washington Examiner reports that domestic violence murders are up in the region, and are expected to increase even more during the holidays: http://bit.ly/tnF1D0
  • Thanks to the Washington Post for highlighting Calvary’s needs this winter (http://wapo.st/saeagV)! You can see our full holiday wish list here: http://bit.ly/sOmag9
  • This Thanksgiving, women at Calvary were especially thankful to have a warm, healthy meal to come home to. A gift of $60 can provide a day of meals for all of the women at Calvary Women’s Shelter, this season and year round: (give now)

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