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Downtown Women's Center gets $26m new home with 71 apartments, twice the room, more services




Downtown Women's Center CEO Lisa Watson witha new commercial mixer, donated by the Rotary Club, in the DWC's huge new facility, which includes a giant new kitchen, which doubles as job training center for the women who rely on the center for a dignified life.
Downtown Women's Center CEO Lisa Watson witha new commercial mixer, donated by the Rotary Club, in the DWC's huge new facility, which includes a giant new kitchen, which doubles as job training center for the women who rely on the center for a dignified life.
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The Downtown Women's Center is the only facility exclusively for homeless women downtown, and women are the fastest growing segment of homeless. So, the DWC got to work, and Friday unveils its new home - the Annenberg Foundation Downtown Women's Center Wallis House, named for lead donor Wallis Annenberg. Off-Ramp host John Rabe met the DWC's CEO, Lisa Watson, in the shiny new kitchen.