St Lucie County Sheriff's Sue Woodward was WE LEAP INC.'s Month of June community EMPOWERMENT AND AWARENESS Presenter. Sgt. Woodward provided the SH MATTERS group with an outstanding RAD presentation sharing tips to help women to stay safe as possible when out and about in the community. A RAD Self defense training is being planned in the near future. Visit our website page for upcoming information on events.
WE LEAP INC. participated at the Department of Correction Offender Re-Entry Event. Increasing Awareness to adults and teens and inviting them to participate in monthly empowerment and awareness session for support. The sessions are free to the community and services are available to connect participants with other resources in the community. Sessions are available for Women, Men and Teens to help educate them on how to identify unhealthy relationships, and promote healthy relationships.
WE LEAP INC. Founder Gwen McLeod increasing domestic violence awareness in the business sector. Founders Gwen McLeod, and Esther Thelusma are seen here with Angela Agnew Brazell and other business owners at a SLC Chamber of Commerce Event. Gwen was asked to be the Keynote Speaker for Soroptimist Women Club, She was also the Keynote Speaker Increasing Domestic Violence Awareness in the Workplace at Walmart Distribution Center Managers Meeting!
WE LEAP INC. came out to increase domestic violence awareness at the Greater Mt. Pleasant Community Prayer Walk. Supplies collected were donated to Safe Space Domestic Violence Shelter. In attendance was City of Ft. Pierce Mayor Linda Hudson & County Commissioner Kim Johnson
WE LEAP INC. Participated in St. Lucie County Summer Safety Event at Tradition Field providing domestic violence awareness brochures and information about monthly empowerment and awareness sessions to community residents. AmeriGas awarded WE LEAP INC. with a surprise donation to help continue increasing awareness in the community and Sheriff Mascara also struck a pose with Gwen and Esther.
WE LEAP INC. hosted it's first annual SAFE TEENS LEADERSHIP SUMMER CAMP. The Two Week TEEN DATING VIOLENCE AWARENESS CAMP was open to youth and teens ages 12 through 17 and was held at CA MOORE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. The Camp Instructors The youth enjoyed peer interaction while learning about healthy relationships, hot meals, field trip and touring the city on the Ft. Pierce Trolley. The Youth ended the camp with community action project presentation to community leaders about teen dating violence.