The WCA provides services to ALL who have experienced domestic abuse and/or sexual assault regardless
of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, marital status, or sexual orientation.
A Message From The Band
Thank you for visiting this web page created specifically to help raise money and awareness for the Women’s and Children’s Alliance. Please feel free to click on any one of the WCA links on this webpage. We as a band decided to help the cause and put on this live stream event. It’s always fun to give back and also fun to perform after taking an entire year off due to the pandemic. Well, we are back and what better way than to support such a great cause. The Kids need us all and this means a lot to all of us. Please help us spread the word, share the link to this webpage on your social media. And join us for a fun online social with 90 minutes of your favorite tunes. The event is being moderated by the one and only Deb Courson Smith from 94.9 The River. As most of you know, we are always honored to perform at the Witches Night Out at the Village in Meridian. We are the crazy ones in costume every year. Please join us Saturday Feb 27 for the live broadcast. Learn about WCA kid’s services and learn a little about the band too. We miss all of you and look forward to seeing you virtually from the MardiGras Event Center in Boise. Sign up on our Facebook event and check back for the live link. We will be announcing the link both here on this page and also on Facebook. Share Share Share. The Retreads.
Witch’s Night Out 2019
The Live Stream Link To Our Event Will Be Posted Here. Please Check Back As We Get Closer
About This Event
Funds raised during this event will support the WCA’s younger clients for needs such as: licensed child care, counseling and items to assist them with their schooling, sports activities and other areas.
Even during the Covid crisis the shelter campus is often full. Most of the children residing at the shelter campus are five years and younger. This has indeed been a very challenging year throughout the world and at the WCA. With the exception of the shelter campus staff most of us have been working remotely. Our clinicians, crisis managers, case managers and court advocates are working mostly virtually as well. Even the Ada County Courthouse has not been open for in person protection orders. We need to conduct those important virtual appearances on weekdays from our downtown office with a remote direct link to the judges and courtroom.
Since March we have had four times the number of emergency intakes at our shelter as compared with 2019. There has been a 84% increase in calls to our 24/7 domestic abuse hotline in the past year. We realize that home is not safe for everyone. Please consider donating in advance of the event by click on the button below. Of course you can donate online up to, during and after the live broadcast. We thank you for your kind and generous support.