Clay Bowl Giving Project is one of the highlights of the year at YWCA Greater Lafayette. Since the first Clay Bowl in 2001, it continues to be amazing outpouring of creativity, concern and compassion for domestic violence survivors and their families. Local potters are the key component, providing hundreds of unique and beautiful clay bowls for attendees to take home.
Attendees may choose lunch, dinner, carryout or all of the above! Join us for a tasty meal and browse the hundreds of clay bowls and search for the perfect one to take home. Attendees may also chose to purchase additional Clay Bowls. Proceeds from Clay Bowl Giving Project support YWCA Greater Lafayette’s Domestic Violence Intervention & Prevention Program.
Each year, YWCA Greater Lafayette helps hundreds of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking receive protective orders through the courts. To put that into perspective, YWCA assists in 75% of all protective orders filed in Tippecanoe County. In addition, YWCA handles an average of 17 calls per day to our domestic violence hotline, and provided 8,205 nights of safe shelter to 407 victims of domestic violence and their dependent children in 2017.
Registration for the 2019 Clay Bowl Giving Project will open in February. For more information on Clay Bowl Giving Project, contact Ericka or call the YWCA Front Desk at 765-742-0075.