This Fall, Women In Transition (WIT) is bringing back “Safe and Sober,” a peer support group at the intersection of substance abuse and domestic violence.
For people seeking safety and sobriety, finding a job can be the key to independence.
Join us for our third annual evening of poetry to heal, share your stories, and speak out about violence, trauma, empowerment, and joy.
At WIT, we stand in support of immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers. Read about our Executive Director’s ancestry and the work we’ve done to ensure all Survivors have access to the resources and support they need.
Women In Transition is rolling out a new group series on financial empowerment, to help Survivors to regain control and confidence of their finances.
When a Survivor experiences many layers of abuse, it can have a profound impact on their mental health. That's why WIT has begun offering therapeutic services as another level of support for our clients.
Women In Transition (WIT) is launching a peer support group called “Safe & Sober” that will run from July 9 - August 27 every Tuesday from 3:00-4:30. The group will take place in WIT’S office location, 718 Arch St, Suite 401N.
Are you passionate about ending gender-based violence and supporting Survivors? Are you looking to work for a feminist organization with almost 50 years of history? Join Women In Transition!
WIT is hiring a Community Outreach Coordinator/Telephone Counselor.
Women In Transition’s (WIT) Board of Directors is actively seeking a new board member to help guide the organization. We are specifically looking for someone to serve on our Finance Committee.
The WIT board is made up of a diverse group of compassionate and thoughtful people who come together to make policies, raise funds, and provide strategic direction and oversight.
Join Inis Nua Theatre Company and WIT for a night at the theatre to benefit WIT!
We’re looking for a Development & Communications Intern for the Winter/Spring semester!
As an intern, you would be involved in development (fundraising) and communications projects at WIT, including our current initiative to develop and implement a new marketing plan, marketing materials and website. Your internship can be creatively designed to reflect personal interests and strengths. Hours are flexible.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Researching foundation grant opportunities and corporate sponsorships for WIT
Developing and helping to roll out a spring digital fundraising campaign via e-blasts and social media
Assisting with planning and writing for our monthly e-newsletter
Assisting with the creation of WIT’s annual Impact Report
Collaborating with staff and Board committees to assist with special event planning
Planning WIT’s social media calendar, posting content for Facebook and Twitter, and tracking analytics
Participating in communications, marketing, and development meetings
Participating in projects with other staff as necessary
At least two years of coursework at college or university level in English, Women’s Studies, Communications/Marketing, or another comparable degree
Strong writing, communications and proof-reading skills
Experience with event planning, promotion, and social media a plus
Passion for ending violence
How to Apply:
Send in a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
We invite you to join the August Restaurant community and WIT at the "Katie Dinner," a fundraiser to benefit WIT and to honor the late Katie McCormick.
Women in Transition (WIT) and the Women’s Center of Montgomery County invite you to our joint happy hour fundraiser during Domestic Violence Awareness Month!
Join Women In Transition (WIT) for an evening of poetry to heal, share your stories and to speak out about violence, trauma, healing, empowerment, and joy.
Girls are at high risk for violence such as street harassment, dating and partner violence, and sexual assault.
Our new Girls Empowerment & Self-Defense Program teaches emotional, verbal and physical self-defense to girls ages 12-18, and is offered at no cost to organizations participating in Fall 2018.
Abby Ramey is a self-described "mostly vegan" and a senior at Temple University who will graduate next month with her Bachelors of Social Work. She has also been interning at WIT since Summer 2017.
What to do with 46 years of inherited HERstory?
We were confronted with this question when our former Executive Director Roberta L. Hacker retired and left behind boxes and boxes (and boxes) of preserved WIT HERstory.
Danielle Gatto Hirano (also known as our “Jane of All Trades” volunteer) has volunteered as a LifeLine counselor at WIT for over two years. She provides telephone counseling to people who call our LifeLine for support around domestic violence and/or substance abuse.