Julian Center Survivors Benefit from Heart of cabi Clothing Donation Event
Indianapolis, IN – On Wednesday, May 16th, independent cabi stylists from the greater Indianapolis area will host a special event for the women of the Julian Center, a place that provides abuse survivors a new start as they transition to lives free of domestic and/or sexual violence.
Through the Heart of cabi Foundation, survivors will be treated to a complimentary shopping experience wherein trained cabi stylists will assist each woman to help select new cabi clothing items best suited for their body type and lifestyle. In addition to the clothing provided by cabi, local cabi Stylists are donating personal cabi clothing samples from past seasons to increase the number of pieces each woman will receive.
The event will benefit approximately 30 women.
The Indianapolis event is one of 29 held this year across the U.S., Canada, and the U.K. as part of Heart of cabi Week, an annual week in which cabi Stylists join forces to give back to women in their communities. This is the first year that Indianapolis has been selected as a host city.
Since the Heart of cabi Foundation started, 13 years ago, $50 Million in clothing has been distributed. The Heart of cabi Foundation’s mission is to empower women in need. From distributing clothing in communities affected by natural disasters, to empowering women entrepreneurs in the developing world to work their way out of poverty, to partnering with nonprofit organizations across the U.S., U.K., and Canada, cabi serves and invests in women across the globe.
Founded in 1975, the Julian Center is the largest organization in Indiana dedicated to supporting victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other life crisis. The Julian Center touches the lives of over 6,000 survivors each year and empowers them to recover and build a life for themselves and their families absent of abuse.
For the Julian Center: Terry Ceaser- Hudson; THudson@juliancenter.org;
For cabi: Cheryl Gibboney; firstname.lastname@example.org; 937-269-2297