4th Annual Charity Ball Tournament

Currently accepting team registrations for our 4th Annual Charity Ball Tournament!

Women in Transition will be organizing a softball tournament fundraiser on May 28th. All proceeds will be going to Transition House.

Please contact Sara at 457-2770 for more information or email Linda at lindatrail@nb.aibn.com. 

This is a co-ed tournament; there should be at least 3 girls on the field. Players must be at least 16 years of age.

Fee is $250 a team.

Please feel free to share this event and spread the word.

We've had an excellent turn out the last couple of years and are looking forward to another successful tourny in May!

Youth Leadership in the Community :)

"No act of kindness, no matter how small is ever wasted"
What started out as an individual class assignment has now wondrously snowballed into both a fundraiser for WIT as well as an opportunity to promote awareness! 
What a great example of youth leadership; love how she mentions the awareness factor first! 
Awareness is huge in addressing the issue of intimate partner violence so thank you for shining the light on it for us! Huge thanks to Mylaine & Krista Lea Touesnard of École Saint-Anne! Check out the interview with radio 93.1 below! 



Ashley Mccowen Photography on Domestic Violence

Introducing Ashley Mccowen, a talented photographer from Buffalo, Missouri who did a very poignant, raw but beautiful series on Domestic Violence. Ashley's work & group of amazingly courageous women were featured on their local news station which can be found at the link below. 
Kudos to you Ashley for your great work & efforts to enhance awareness!
The photos posted are just a sampling of what can be found on Ashley's Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/AshleyM/timeline?ref=page_internal

Christmas Sponsorship Program 2015!

With the holiday season quickly approaching we are launching our 2015 Christmas sponsorship program this week! WIT sponsors the women and children from each past year annually through the generosity of the Fredericton community!
If interested there are several options for participation; you may sponsor an individual woman/child, a family or the house itself which is always in need of such items as face cloths, towels, bedding (twin), cleaning supplies, or non-perishable food items!
For more information please call: 506-457-2770 or email childsupportworker@nb.aibn.com Thank-You!

PLEIS-NB Online Resource (For Victims of Abuse)

The Public Legal Education and Information Service of New Brunswick (PLEIS-NB) is a great online resource that provides an extensive list of services and programs for individuals and families experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV). You can also find more information on IVP and services offered throughout our website! #KnowledgeIsPower #AwarenessSavesLives