Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan (WRCNM) accepted 25 gift bags filled with comfort-providing self-care items to support survivors of trafficking and sexual assault. Lynn Wolf, (left) presented the donation to WRCNM Executive Director Gail Kloss.
Emmet County resident Lynn Wolf is a woman of action with an eclectic background and a big heart. She is a certified Pilates instructor, level 1 Gyrotonics trainer, massage therapist, owner of Original Work Studio, firefighter/EMT and an independent Arbonne consultant.
A few years ago, Wolf began an annual ‘Christmas Campaign” to support senior citizens during the holidays and this year she decided to support survivors of trafficking and sexual assault.
To generate donations, Wolf reached out to people in her personal and business network to encourage them to support the campaign. This year’s campaign generated funding to support 25 gift bags for survivors containing thoughtfully selected items such as self-care products and jewelry to provide comfort and let survivors know that people care.
Wolf said the campaign also generates awareness, educates community members and provides an avenue for people to make a meaningful difference in someone’s life.
“It is a privilege to live in a community that truly cares for others,” said Wolf. She said she appreciated the opportunity to team up with Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan to help make the holidays brighter for those utilizing the organization’s specialized, supportive services.
To learn more about Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan confidential services, call (231) 347-0067 or visit wrcnm.org. The 24-Hour Help and Information Line is (231) 347-0082 or (800) 275-1995.