Women’s Philharmonic Orchestra performs at fundraiser for victims of domestic violence
ROCHESTER, N.Y. – The “Greater Rochester Women’s Philharmonic Orchestra” broke out their instruments for a good cause on Sunday.
They performed at a fundraiser for Willow Domestic Violence Center. Willow provides services to people escaping domestic violence.
“The folks that we serve at Willow often times are coming to us at a moment of crisis and they need wrap-around support and the community to really stand with them and this showing of support today, is just so wonderful,” said Meaghan Dechateauvieux, Willow President & CEO.
Willow says it gets more than 8,000 calls to its crisis hotline per year.