Our Westfield nonprofit organizations are hard at work supporting our residents. The Westfield community is here to support you!
News from Heart and Soul Clinic
The clinic has a list of some much needed items. If you are interested in donating any of these items please reach out to them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Items needed: Infrared no touch thermometer, paper reams, tissues, toilet paper, paper towels, case of water bottles, Clorox wipes, sticky notes, tall kitchen trash bags
News from Prevail, Inc.
Each October, during National Domestic Violence Prevention Month, Prevail asks our community to join us by “Going Purple”. There are no costs associated with this campaign, we are just asking for support in raising awareness in order to “shatter the silence” and end acts intimate partner violence in our community.
What We Are Asking Our Community to Do: We'd like to encourage our community to pick a day and wear PURPLE, tag Prevail on social media, and send a picture to email@example.com for recognition on Prevail's social media and E-newsletter!. www.prevailinc.org.
News from Open Doors
For more information about how you can receive food or make a donation to Open Doors of Westfield, please visit their website at https://opendoorswestfield.org/
News from Student Impact
Check out the Student Impact website
for the updated schedule for Intermediate, Middle and High School students.
News from Westfield Youth Assistance Program
The Mayor's Yellow Tie Gala is coming up this Thursday, October 1! WYAP provides professional coordination of services and referral services to students and families of the Westfield Washington School District. Casework services to our families are completely confidential. WYAP provides for the coordination of services with every family referred to the program. Your participation in this virtual fundraiser will ensure the work continues to support the youth and their families in our community.