A Window Between Worlds Volunteer Day
Saturday, Feb 22th @ 11am - 3pm
710 4th Avenue
Venice, CA 90291
A Window Between Worlds (AWBW) is a network of transformative arts programs at partnering human service agencies
nationwide. Their programs provide art as a tool for empowerment and healing to hundreds of thousands of women, men and
children who have experienced violence and trauma. Their goal is replacing violence and shame with safety and hope. Their
network of partners includes domestic violence shelters, sexual assault agencies, homeless shelters, veteran’s programs,
foster youth services, substance abuse treatment centers, school districts, community programs, and more.
Visit awbw.org to learn more.
Up to 70% of people will be impacted by trauma in their lifetime.
Up to 43% experience trauma by the age of 18.
Creation of art reduces distress, increases self-reflection and self-awareness, alters behavior and thinking
patterns, has positive physical effects, causes specific brain regions to interact, leading to stronger resilience.
THERE IS LIMITED SPACE – PLEASE RSVP ASAP TO SECURE A SPOT!
Friends and family are welcome, there are only 8 spaces available.
Our group will gather at the AWBW Venice studios to help prep materials
for their March trainings – bagging art supplies, sorting collage items, etc.
The day will include an initial orientation & tour and a break for a pizza lunch. Should you have any dietary restrictions,
please feel free to bring your own food to store in their refrigerator. There are no restaurants within walking distance of the office.
** Please sign up ASAP as there is limited space available.**