Let’s Create a New Vision of “Me Too” in 2018

Looking back at 2017, it’s impossible not to notice how issues of gender inequality, harassment and sexual violence were in the forefront of our consciousness throughout the year…culminating in mid-October with a viral #MeToo twitterstorm that was a rallying cry...

To the god of doorways… and noticing the silence

The Roman god Janus was the god of doorways, transitions, and new beginnings. It’s fitting that the our first month was named in his honor, because we spend those first days of the new year contemplating where we’ve been, where we’d like to be and...

26…3… 3.5 …70,000… Infinite

I’ve got a lot of numbers in my head today. 26   It’s been 26 days since the launch of the Purple Purse Challenge.3  We’re currently in third place in the nation. 3.5 We’ve got 3.5 days left in the Challenge....

Because She Sees Wellspring at the End of the Poem

In the past few months I have been highlighting some incredible people in our community who were gracious enough to work with us in our Purple Purse Leaders campaign.  Now that October is almost over and the campaign is winding down, I wanted to highlight one...

Savvy Women on the Importance of Supporing Each Other

In her work as a life coach, Carly Hamilton Jones has seen the effects of domestic violence. Click here to hear why she thinks Wellspring’s work is important for our community.Brandon Dewyea , founder of the women’s network, Savvy, shares her thoughts...

Safe Harbour– reaching out to each Jane Doe

In helping domestic violence victims, we often interface with other related social issues. Dave DeCelle of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, talks about how domestic violence intersects with their work.This year, Soroptimist International of...