Step into the New Year with
dynamic people and engaging topics …
…served up with delectable food and drink…
hosted in some of Cincinnati’s finest homes.
Women Helping Women’s SUNDAY SALONS 2015
The Sunday Salons have grown dramatically in popularity over the years, which means that many of the Salons sell out quickly. We have a fantastic line up of speakers, generously hosted in some of Cincinnati’s and Northern Kentucky’s most interesting homes and locations.
Registration for the 2015 season will begin on Monday, January 5, 2015
For details on the salon series dates please see our schedule here. More information will be coming soon about Salon topics.
For details about registration please see our registration page here.
For details on becoming a Sunday Salon Sponsor or Host/Hostess and Sponsorship Benefits please see our sponsor page here.
Reservations are taken in the order payment is received. To guarantee your place, please call the Reservation Line, 513-236-2010, to confirm with a Visa or MasterCard. In order to give our hosts an accurate count, our reservation deadline is the Wednesday before the salon.
Can’t make it to any of the salons? Women Helping Women relies largely on private donations for financial support. Any contributions would be greatly appreciated.
Interested in becoming a 2015 sponsor, speaker or host? Contact Melissa Heine at 513-977-5552 or e-mail email@example.com.
All proceeds from the Sunday Salons benefit Women Helping Women, a non-profit dedicated to serving women and men who are survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. Women Helping Women staff and volunteers provide crisis intervention services including hotline, hospital accompaniment, court advocacy, support groups and face-to-face advocacy. The agency also takes a leading role in educating the community about these crimes. Women Helping Women prides itself on being present at the places and times that survivors need them the most, reaching over 12,000 individuals each year. Your support of Sunday Salons empowers survivors and helps Women Helping Women raise awareness to prevent future abuse.
Women Helping Women is funded in part by the City of Cincinnati and United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Butler County United Way and the United Way of Oxford, Ohio and Vicinity.