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Helping Domestic Violence Victims
Prudence Crandall Center Executive Director Barbara Damon, center, accepts a donation from Local 1214's Nancy Taylor, left, and Michelle Way.
Local 1214 President Michelle Way and member Nancy Taylor, who heads the union’s charitable giving efforts, presented the donation to Prudence Crandall Center Executive Director Barbara Damon.
“Our union members are proud to support the amazing work of Prudence Crandall Center,” said Way, who is the Associate Director of Enterprise Systems at COSC/CTDLC. “It’s important to focus our charitable giving within the communities where we work and live.”
Taylor, the Associate Director of Corporate Recruitment and Alumni Relations at COSC/CTDLC, said Local 1214 members nominated local charities and then voted on the finalists. (The union is also donating $800 to Foodshare.)
“We deeply appreciate the generosity of AFSCME Local 1214 members for stepping up to help us reduce the impact of domestic violence,” Damon said. “This contribution will directly support our efforts to build brighter futures for the adults and children we serve.”
Serving the New Britain region, Prudence Crandall is dedicated to helping individuals achieve lives free of domestic violence by providing care, advocacy, support, and education. It is the state’s oldest domestic violence agency. Learn more at www.prudencecrandall.org.
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