In response to the Orange District’s “call” to meet their goal of 1,000 washcloth gifts for Orange County women in domestic violence shelters, the Woman’s Club of Fullerton stepped up to the sewing machines with needles, thread, and ribbon in hand. Members collected toiletries, sewed, and assembled 242 washcloths in total. All the washcloths and toiletries were donated to the Woman’s Transitional Living Center (WTLC) on October 17. This project supported domestic violence prevention, honored women in difficult situations, and provided for them in their time of need. “I am proud of this club. This is what it is all about,” said Nancy Coronado, 2nd Vice President Chair.
Purple is defined as a color that is intermediate between red and blue. But, for 75 Woman’s Club of Fullerton members, purple is defined as a fun-filled night serving our community to support domestic violence prevention. Purple is also the national color symbolizing domestic violence prevention.
Source: Fullerton Chamber of Commerce