Eiseman Construction recently held a supply drive to support A Woman’s Place, Bucks County’s domestic violence response organization. The company collected donations of essential items with the help of Eiseman employees and business partners.
“As the primary domestic violence center in Bucks County, A Woman’s Place plays a vital role in our area, and Eiseman Construction is proud to support their essential work,” said Courtney Dickinson-Mukamuri, director of admin and operations at Eiseman Construction. “We are committed to supporting local organizations that are striving to better this community for everyone.”
After seeing an Instagram post from A Woman’s Place indicating that the organization was in need of specific items, Dickinson-Mukamuri reached out to advancement specialist Audrey Shapiro to coordinate the two-week supply drive. During the drive. Eiseman Construction collected such items as paper plates and cups, paper towels, plastic cutlery, toilet paper, trash bags, laundry detergent pods, fabric softener and dryer sheets. Items were contributed by Eiseman employees and business partners, including ABC Supply, Universal Supply, Lansing Building Projects and Bustamante Engineers.
A Woman’s Place provides important services for survivors of domestic violence, such as a 24-hour hotline, legal assistance and education. The organization also offers a full-service shelter, where survivors can receive food and clothing, as well as assistance with finances, housing and employment. A Woman’s Place offers counseling services tailored to the immediate needs of each client. Counselors also provide medical advocacy to victims of domestic violence who require medical treatment.
Visit awomansplace.org for more information.