Our statement on the conviction for the murder of George Floyd

Calvary Women’s Services is encouraged by Derek Chauvin’s conviction for the murder of George Floyd. We recognize this as an important step in a long march toward a more just and equitable society.

We remain committed to eliminating the pervasive, systemic and institutional racism that harms the lives of Black people daily. We will continue the urgent work to build a world in which all people can live without fear, in the safety and security that is their right.

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May 11, 2021

Special Guests at Calvary Women's Services' V…

Join us for this year’s Virtual Hope Awards on Wednesday, May 19th to celebrate the accomplishments of women who are changing their lives through Calvary’s programs. Our special guests this year…
May 7, 2021

Honoring Melissa Bradley at the Virtual Hope…

The Hope Awards Dinner is an inspirational and fun evening held every May that brings together major supporters and business and community leaders to support the work of Calvary Women’s Services. …
March 12, 2021

"You have to be patient with yourself."

2020 was a tough year for Quiana. Quiana lost a close family member to COVID-19, was laid off from her job, and after leaving an abusive relationship she found herself homeless. Arriving at Calvary W…