Thursday March 15, 2018 – Thursday March 15, 2018
616 St. Peter
The AWA March luncheon will be held on March 15, 2018, Noon, at Tableau (616 St. Peter Street)
Speaker: Darlene D. Santana, Executive Director, Metro Centers for Community Advocacy. Join us for a special Kendra Scott pop up shop benefiting Metro! (20% proceeds go to Metro)
Metro, established in 1986, is a community-based, independent, non-profit 501(c) (3) social service agency serving victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking. Metro’s mission is to break the cycle of violence and aid survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking through advocacy, intervention, empowerment and transformation. Metro currently provides wrap-around services, including individual advocacy, information and referrals, group support, children’s program, medical advocacy, legal assistance in obtaining restraining orders, sheltering, counseling, safety planning, and caregiver support to survivors in eight southeast Louisiana parishes. Metro has a main office complex, three shelters, and four satellite offices. Metro also provides a 24/7 Crisis Line – 504-837-5400- for counseling and/or referrals for victims. All services provided for survivors by Metro are free and confidential. Metro offers services in Spanish and Vietnamese.
$30/students (limited space)
Choice of: (1) Roasted Gulf Fish or (2) BBQ Shrimp & Grits
vanilla bean crème brulee
Iced tea and coffee included
You can register through the link below.* With online registration, you will be given the option of paying online via Paypal, or you can print out an invoice to bring to the luncheon, along with your payment. (Please do not mail checks to our P.O. Box.) You can also register with Linda at email@example.com or 299-2211 by Monday, March 12, 2018 at noon.*
*The AWA is required to guarantee an attendance number and pay for all guarantees. Thus, if you do not attend the luncheon, or cancel after the RSVP deadline, you are still required to pay for your reservation. The AWA regrets any inconvenience this may cause.