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Become a Girls on the Run or Boys Run I toowú klatseen Coach!

Coaches are mentors, role models, sheroes, heroes, and people who want to build a healthier community.

What does it mean to become a coach?  Coaches don’t need to be runners!  They can be men or women who are positive role models for 3rd-8th graders and are passionate about empowering kids to be their special, unique selves!  Coaches facilitate a set curriculum with 1.5 hour-long lessons 1-2 times per week for 10 weeks after school.

Boys Run I toowú klatseen and Girls on the Run are empowerment programsfor 3rd-8th graders.  Kids participate in running games that teach life lessons about identifying values, working together, and giving back to the community.  The program ends with a fun 5k event to celebrate their work over the 10-week programs!

Girls on the Run coach training:  Saturday, August 26
Boys Run I toowú klatseen coach training: Saturday, September 9th

*The seasons start on September 18 and 19, and end with a celebratory 5K event on December 2nd.

Want to attend the training, or have questions?  Please contact Natalie at natalielw@awareak.org or at 586-4902.

Please click HERE for a copy of the flyer.

 

Kaasei Supportive Transitional Housing Applications Available! 

Kaasei is AWARE’s transitional housing complex, where women (and their children) who are working towards long-term, permanent housing are able to stay while they get back on their feet after staying in emergency shelter.  Please contact AWARE to review application eligibility and process.  We are currently accepting applications.  Please ask for Christina Love or the advocate on duty at 907-586-6623.

 

 

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Through HopeLine, Verizon educated and empowers.  

HopeLine from Verizon collects no-longer used wireless phones, batteries, chargers and accessories in any condition from any service provider to benefit victims and survivors of domestic violence. Donated phones are then turned into valuable resources for nonprofit organizations (like AWARE) and agencies that support domestic violence victims and survivors nationwide.