“Citi is proud to support the Women’s and Children’s Alliance and its work to make our community a safe place. Citi encourages diversity, innovation, and individual achievement. Citi empowers people to make a difference and recognize those who are committed to personal and professional excellence. No mother or child should have to wait for safety. The WCA is the catalyst for change as families and individuals heal, and move confidently toward lives free from abuse,” says Laura Cobb, Vice President of Communications and Public Relations at Citi and WCA Board Member.
Citi employees volunteered in June at Alive After Five “Tips for Charity.” An amazing energetic group of Citi employees served beer and wine with tips earned going toward supporting our mission of safety, healing and freedom from domestic abuse and sexual assault.
Citi has been a compassionate and extremely generous financial corporate donor to the WCA for over 15 years. With Laura’s strong commitment to ensure our clients have a great work environment and education for important financial stability Citi has provided substantial financial support for the WCA’s Financial Literacy program
We extend our utmost gratitude to Citi’s leadership and all its employees for being a part of our important work in the community. If you know someone or run in to someone from Citi, please thank them on behalf of the Women’s and Children’s Alliance for their tremendous contributions to our important work in the community. We cannot thank them enough!
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