35 Years of Leadership, Community and Justice

October 20, 2023
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Surf Club On The Sound at 280 Davenport Ave, New Rochelle, NY 10805

Join us in Celebrating an inspiring milestone in our history: 35 years as the largest independent, Dominican-founded organization in the United States!

For almost 35 years, DWDC has provided innovative, quality, and meaningful services to empower women and their families. Here are seven reasons why you should invest in DWDC:

  • 35 years of serving over 10,000 women and their families annually
  • 35 years of fighting for justice and equity
  • 35 years of bridge-building toward brighter futures
  • 35 years of advocating for those most in need
  • 35 years of creating inclusive spaces that welcome one and all
  • 35 years of unwavering commitment to a community we are honored to serve
  • 35 years of leadership, community and justice


SAVE THE DATE: Friday, October 20, 2023. We invite our community and supporters to celebrate this remarkable accomplishment that is truly reflective of our collective identity. For corporate sponsorships and tickets, please contact Nathalie at generatingresultsllc@gmail.com

We want to ask you to join us to ensure the continuation of our services to the 10,000 women and their families we serve annually by donating towards our gala’s fundraising goal of $350,000. Your generous contribution can help us. Donate NOW!

Here Are Different Ways You Can Help:

  • Make a generous donation – every dollar can make a difference
  • Join us on Friday, October 20th, 2023
  • Engage your company to support  DWDC, your favorite nonprofit organization supporting women and their families.
  • Buy a table and invite your friends and families to celebrate with you.
  • Show your appreciation to an honoree by buying a journal ad (Your ad will also be highlighted on our IG story)
  • Bid Early & Bid Often on our Silent Auction
  • Share the event on all your social media platforms. Help us to amplify our voice!



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