The fellowship, community recognition, and "baconing" was a blast!

Thank you to everyone who joined us for

 AWP's Annual Breakfast & Community Recognition Ceremony.

  Click here to see more terrific photos of our community in action!
  Congratulations to the 2016 Community Partners!
Alekhya Gunturi

We appreciate the positive impact your support has on the lives of
AWP clients and everyone in our community.
Congratulations and Thank You to AWP's
Volunteer of the Year - Adelaide Skoutelas
 Adelaide works with AWP's Legal Advocacy office, trains new volunteers, serves on the Chocolate Lovers' Fantasy event committee, and so much more. Fellow volunteers express their admiration for Adelaide's knowledge, compassion, and strong work ethic.
AWP's Executive Director Ifeoma Aduba asked the question,  "What comes next?"

" We’re on a quest and I’d love for you to join us. A quest is a journey in search of something important. There is nothing more important for A Woman’s Place than being the best community benefit organization it can be FOR the community. 
Ify Aduba with PA Coalition Against Domestic Violence Executive Director Peg Dierkers
On this quest, we are going to take the time to answer “What would 100% success look like?” and then figure out what needs to happen in order to achieve that. We will study our impact today so that we can maximize it in everything thing we do. We won’t settle for the simplest definition of success. We envision a society where ALL individuals are safe in their relationships and can flourish.This quest, this journey in search of something important, will focus on impact, ensuring individuals define their own success and have every opportunity to achieve it."
The Annual Breakfast & Community Recognition Ceremony wouldn't be complete without the wonderful sounds of Holicong's H-Factor, this year singing about the "Power of Love". Click on photo to watch!

AWP is the only domestic violence community benefit organization in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. AWP has provided free, private, confidential, and comprehensive shelter, service, support, advocacy, outreach, training, and education to victims of domestic violence and their children and the community for almost 40 years. The free, private, and confidential hotline (1.800.220.8116) is available 24-hours a day. You can access information about AWP, domestic violence, and upcoming events at www.awomansplace.org.
    A Woman's Place 
    P.O. Box 299, Doylestown, PA 18901 
    Hotline: 800.220.8116  l Website: www.awomansplace.org