Philanthropy in Phocus – Recap & Announcement 5.28.2021

Find Comfort with Solace House

At Solace House, their services include free, easily accessible counseling and support for individuals who are experiencing suicidal distress, have made a suicide attempt, engage in self-harm and/or have been bereaved by suicide.

They also offer Family Support for our clients’ loved ones, group bereavement counseling and community awareness workshops. All of the programs provided are completely free of charge, confidential and conducted by highly qualified Licensed Clinical Social Workers.

Danielle came to Solace House in 2017 after working on the Communications and Development team at the Center Against Domestic Violence (CADV), a non-profit providing shelter for survivors of domestic violence. Danielle’s role at CADV supported the organization’s fundraising/development, events, marketing, communications and outreach efforts. While at CADV, she participated on Cities for CEDAW, New York City Steering Committee. Along with representatives from multiple New York City organizations, she advocated for a local women’s bill of rights ordinance based on the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). Connector.

Watch the whole interview with Danielle Gallagher & Elizabeth McInnes as it streamed on Facebook.

Next week in the attic, Danette OConnell of the Nonprofit Resource Hub will be joining Tommy. Tune in Friday, June 4 at 10am.

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